|Published:||May 28, 2010 3:12 AM EDT|
|Updated:||May 28, 2010 12:12 AM EDT|
COLLIER COUNTY - A missing woman's family thinks her husband may be to blame, but he tells Wink News, it's not true.
34-year-old Marie Delly was last seen May 17th on surveillance cameras leaving her job at Walmart on Tamiami Trail East.
"I think she stepped into a vehicle of someone she knew, took advantage of her and did something with her," says Delly's sister Bobbi Lene.
No one has heard from her since. Delly is diabetic and may not have her insulin.
"The sooner we find her the better," says Lene.
Delly's family says its strange for her to just leave. She has four children ages three to 14. They're now staying at her parents house in Lehigh Acres. Her family says her husband may have something to do with her disappearance.
"My family believes that because they did argue a lot," says Lene.
But, Delly's husband, Mathnald Dareus tells us, that's not true.
"No, I've done nothing," says Dareus.
He reported her missing and is volunteering to take a polygraph test.
"She never called," says Dareus. "Eleven days, no call, nothing,"says Dareus.
Delly's family is handing out flyers in Golden Gate Estates and in East Naples. They hope someone will come forward with information.
"I've been trying to be in high spirits and I hope everything is ok," says Lene.
The Sheriff's Office says Delly has taken off before. But, they're treating this as a suspicious case. They've contacted local airports and immigration. There's no record of Delly being on any flights.
Anyone with information is asked to call anonymously to Crime Stoppers at (800) 780-TIPS.
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