DUBLIN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A Dublin woman is still missing and her family is offering a reward for her return.
44-year-old Diane Cassandra Fields was last seen in Laurens County on Tuesday, November 4th. Authorities suspect foul play, but they can not release any information as to why.
Diane’s brother, Eddie Fields, is offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to her return.
“I want her back and I want her back alive,” Fields said.
Eddie Fields is exhausted, but he’s still searching for his sister Diane.
The army vet, stationed in Texas came home and began looking everywhere, posting signs on light posts, store fronts, and street corners.
“The reward I put, I put out for $5,000, just wanting to do what I can to locate my sister,” Fields said.
The GBI took over the investigation after Fields’ home was apparently broken into.
According to a police report, Fields’ boyfriend came to this back door and found it broken into. Now there’s a sheet of wood covering up the inside of the home. Her family members say they just want Diane back.
Reports say after Fields’ boyfriend, Lorenzo Nelson, found the door kicked open — he told officers the rear bedroom was “tossed” and a kitchen knife was on the floor in the hallway.
Nelson says he last saw her the morning she disappeared.
“I can’t see why somebody would even harm her any kind of way like that. It’s unrealistic,” Fields said.
Evidence markers are still on the door frame of the house on Celia Drive — Eddie says he’s in shock anything like this could happen in the town where he grew up.
“It’s a small town, she kept mostly to herself. She’s a quiet, caring person. It’s kind of hard to describe her because she’s more like me than anything and I can’t say something about myself without saying something about her,” Fields said.
Eddie says he just wants answers.
“It’s very hectic. Trying to get out into the community with flyers and trying to get the community involved to see if anybody has any information about where’s she’s at or where she could be at,” Fields said
Officials from The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said they’ve been following up on leads, conducting aerial flights of the area, and performing ground level searches to look for evidence.
Fields is 5’0″ tall and weighs 200 pounds.
Anyone with information is asked to call the East Dublin Police Department at (478) 272-6883 or the GBI Eastman office at (478) 374-6988.