Yuma woman starts fundraiser to push Panama authorities to find her missing sister
Story by Lucy Valencia, Assignment Desk Editor - email
YUMA, Ariz. (KSWT News 13) - A
Yuma woman is fighting to keep investigators and police digging to find out
what happened to her sister, Yvonne Baldelli, who went missing in Panama around
May, police declared Baldelli's case as murder.
they still will not give Faust and her family access to more than 1,400 pages
of evidence and documents regarding Baldelli's investigation.
says her family has "gone through hell" since her sister's
family struggles both financially and emotionally to travel to Panama in
search of Baldelli.
I know is this is not a cold case. This is not a 'she just vanished.' Something
happened to my sister," Faust told KSWT News 13 in a live in-studio
has started "Keep Hope Alive," a fundraiser to help her family
through this legal battle to get access to Baldelli's case and to keep
investigators looking for her.
fundraiser will be held this Saturday at 2102 West 25th Street. There will be live
performances, music, dancers, food and a silent auction. Donations will be
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