MPD: $2,000 reward offered in case of missing mother


The Mobile Police Department at a press conference Thursday announced a $2,000 reward in the case of missing mother Danniella Vian.

The reward was announced at police headquarters by MPD Chief Lawrence Battiste.

Vian, who has a 4-year-old daughter, went missing Tuesday, July 17, after going to a pub to look for her phone.

Family members say Vian went to The Dublin Pub & Eatery on Old Shell Road that evening.

They say she left there with a friend in separate cars to go to another establishment, and, along the way, flashed her lights when she realized she didn't have her cell phone.

Family members say Vian pulled over with her friend at a Shell station on Government near I-65 to look for the phone, couldn't find it, then decided to go back to Dublin's to search for it.

Family members say the friend said Vian got into her car, and that was the last he saw of her.

She is 24 years old and was wearing a Mellow Mushroom t-shirt. She has dark red short hair and was last seen in the 3500 block of Government Boulevard driving a 2014 Blue Chevy Cruz.

If you know her whereabouts or anything about her disappearance, please notify the Mobile Police Department at 251-208-7211.

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