Indian River Sheriff: Driver sought in disappearance of Susy Tomassi
Indian River, Fl (treasurecoast.com) – The Indian River Sheriff is looking for a driver in relation to the disappearance of Susy Tomassi.
The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office continue their years-long investigation into the disappearance of Susy Tomassi. They are working to identify the driver of a white pickup truck Tomassi was last seen getting into.
Tomassi, who was 73 when she went missing, was last seen on March 16, 2018, at 6:04 p.m. in the south end of South Vero Square Plaza, 810 S. US 1, Vero Beach.
The driver of a white pickup truck could be seen on surveillance rolling down a window and saying something to her. Tomassi then climbed into the truck and they drove off. She has neither been seen nor heard from again.
Detectives need to speak with the driver of the truck, who might be able to shed light on the woman’s disappearance. It is possible that customers who frequent the plaza or employees who worked in the plaza at that time might know the driver or be able to provide details that could lead to the driver’s identification.
The truck was seen in the plaza several times prior to Tomassi going missing. The truck, too, was known to frequent the Oslo Road Conservation Area nearby.
Anyone with information – no matter how seemingly insignificant – is encouraged to contact Det. Greg Farless by calling (772) 321-0784 or remain anonymous and eligible for a cash reward by calling Treasure Coast Crime Stoppers at (800) 273-8477 or go to www.TCWatch.org.