Amy Sue Pagnac is a cold case that has been reopened recently. Currently, her parent’s home is being investigated for clues as to her whereabouts.
Amy Sue Pagnac went missing a generation ago. She would be 38 years old if alive today. The mysterious disappearance of the girl in Minnesota prompted a thorough search which turned out nothing in particular.
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Recently, the FBI has reopened the cold case of this girl and her parents have been ordered to vacate their home which is to be probed for hidden clues as to Amy’s whereabouts.
It was in 1989 when the 13 year old was seated in her stepfather’s car when he went to use the restroom at a petrol station. When he returned she was not there.
The parents are today being requested by the FBI to leave their home so they could carry on some investigations into the matter. Amy’s mother, Susan Pagnac, said the cops were very humane in their pleas. There was no force involved whatsoever.
“They came in, they told us what they wanted to do, were very polite, very helpful. I have a broken foot, one even helped pack a luggage so I didn’t have to lift a finger,” she told ABC News.
The mother still has faith that her daughter is alive and well. She cited the recent house of horrors where a psychopath kept three women and tortured them. Her greatest fear is that her daughter may have been the victim of human trafficking.
However, she still believes that if her daughter is safely brought to civilization she will bounce back from any traumas she may have received over the years.
“There’s never been a moment that we give up on her,… How do you do that? The worst thing is the concept that someone you know is a victim of trafficking, like that guy in Ohio having her. Those are very scary thoughts. But once they are found, those individuals will recover,” Mrs. Pagnac said.
The fact that Amy used to sing in such a lovely manner is a fact that her mother remembers with tears in her eyes. The day their beautiful daughter vanished without a trace, both parents were going to do some shopping for her clothes.
The FBI and law enforcement agencies have started transferring heavy equipment to explore the home in search of any hints as to where they can find Amy. They really want to find out where she is and are doing all this in good faith.
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“It’s our mission to make sure she’s brought home. Since the Maple Grove Police Department took this report in 1989, we have actively investigated this case. We have been following up on every lead. Part of the investigation is still ongoing. That is why we are here today,” Maple Grove Police Captain Keith Terlinden said on Sunday.