The household of Maya Millete, the California mother of three who went lacking in early January, posted a Mom’s Day message in her honor on Sunday.
“Comfortable Mom’s Day to Maya!!!” learn a publish from the Instagram account, “Assist Discover Maya,” which was created to assist her household discover her. “She’s such an incredible mom, aunt, and daughter. We WILL carry you dwelling.”
Millete was final seen at her Chula Vista dwelling on Jan. 7, the identical day that she made an appointment to fulfill with a divorce lawyer the next week.
The Instagram publish comes two days after police served a search warrant on the dwelling of Maya and her husband, Larry. Billy Little, an lawyer for Maya’s household, stated a big staff of Chula Vista Police Division officers and Border Patrol brokers with K9 canine went to the house Friday afternoon.
A neighbor who wished to stay nameless stated that about 12 police automobiles and a lab van confirmed up round 5 p.m. PT and had been nonetheless on the Milletes’ home as of 6:45 p.m.
Police searched the home on Jan. 10 and 11 after Maya went lacking and served an intensive search warrant on the Milletes’ dwelling on Jan. 23. Chula Vista police stated this week that they’ve executed 23 warrants whole.
Early final week, Maya’s household and pals held a rally outdoors the Chula Vista Police Division to assist increase consciousness of her disappearance.
Dozens of supporters confirmed up on the CVPD headquarters Tuesday as chants of “Justice for Maya” and “Carry Maya dwelling” rang out.
“Your love, prayers, and assist have carried us by way of these tough occasions and we couldn’t do that with out this excellent neighborhood,” Maya’s household wrote in a Fb publish earlier than the rally.
They marched to Chula Vista metropolis corridor after gathering at CVPD headquarters.
No suspects have been named in her disappearance. Maya’s husband Larry stopped cooperating with the investigation three weeks after she went lacking. He has declined a number of requests from Fox Information for remark.
Fox Information’ Paul Finest contributed to this report.