(WJBK) - Ann and Richard Stislicki made a desperate plea that their daughter Danielle will be found alive and return home
"Where are you Danielle, what happened to you, talk to me," Ann said at the Wednesday press conference.
"We don't feel like she would ... after making an appointment just before leaving work, to have dinner with a friend, all of a sudden change her mind," said Richard Stislicki, her father.
Farmington Hills Police say Danielle Stislicki was last seen Friday at 5 p.m. leaving the Met Life Office building where she works near Telegraph and 10 Mile. She was scheduled to meet a dear friend but never showed up.
Police were called and her vehicle was discovered at the Farmington Hills apartment complex on Saturday where she lives. Her purse was also found inside the vehicle.
"We found no sign of a struggle or foul play or anything that stood out at the time of our investigation," said Farmington Hills Police Chief Charles Nebus.
The apartment complex is adding to the reward money to help find Danielle, with $50,000 offered for information that leads to the safe return of Danielle and prosecution of individuals involved if illegal activity was involved. That total is in addition to a GoFundMe account that continues to raise money for Danielle's return. At last count, the account had raised $15,000.
Police say there are a number of agencies investigating this case including the FBI and the Drug Enforcement Administration. Investigators are also asking for the public's help. They want anyone who saw Danielle's black SUV leaving her office building on Friday or arriving to her residence to call police
Investigators are also looking for her cell phone and key chain that has a charm and two keys.
Police and family want anyone with information to speak up. Call the Farmington Hills Police Department at (248) 871-2600 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK-UP.
"Help us bring Danielle home," said Ann Stislicki.