Farmington Hills police write #FindDani on squad cars to reignite Danielle Stislicki search

Farmington Hills police write #FindDani on squad cars to keep Danielle Stislicki search alive

It's been 17 months since the disappearance of Danielle Stislicki.

Hoping people don't forget about the case, Farmington Hills police have written #FindDani on the back windows of police department vehicles.   

Police hope it'll show support for the Stislicki family as well as draw renewed interest in the case and generate tips.

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Stislicki went missing Dec. 2, 2016. It was reported the 28-year-old woman was last seen with Floyd Galloway Jr., who was a security guard at her job in Southfield.

Galloway, a person of interest in Stislicki's disappearance, is in prison in an unrelated case for attempted rape. He was sentenced for attacking a 28-year-old female jogger on September 4, 2016 in Hines Park. She told police a man grabbed her, and strangled her as he dragged her down an embankment. Able to fight him off, she called police.

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Galloway has not been charged in connection with her disappearance.

The family is asking that other victims will find the courage to come forward, knowing they are safe now that Galloway is behind bars.

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