Amanda Eller, 35, was reported missing on Thursday.
Around midday on Thursday, Eller’s Toyota RAV4 was found in a parking lot of the Makawao Forest Reserve in Maui County, officials stated. According to a ” Findamanda” Facebook page, authorities who discovered the car did not yet understand that Eller was missing.
Eller’s household believes she may have gone running in the national forest, because her teal tennis shoes were missing out on, while her wallet and cellular phone remained within.
” Amanda might have gone running, it was her day of rest and this is a common location for her,” a missing out on poster for the 35- year-old mentioned. “It is also regular that she would leave her cell behind. Her cars and truck key was found concealed under the driver’s side front tire.”
Her pal, Sarah Haynes, informed Hawaii News Now that “it’s not out of the ordinary for her to go there,” and added: ” It appears to us at this point that she is either way off the path– you know having actually gotten injured, or fallen perhaps– or somebody disrupted her in between her vehicle and her run.”
A Facebook page titled “Findamanda” believes Eller may have gone for a run in the Makawao Forest Reserve.
Hikers in Makawao think they saw Eller around 9 a.m. to 10: 30 a.m., and one couple believe they spoke to her, according to the Facebook group to find her.
” They had a young puppy with them and she talked to them and family pet the puppy, and was her happy regular self,” the post stated. “They are not 100 percent sure it is her, however they have because enjoyed videos of her and are quite positive.”
A $10,000 reward has been offered for info that would cause Eller’s safe return. She’s been explained as 5-foot-9-inches, 145 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with info is urged to get in touch with the Maui Authorities Department at 808-244-6400