Mother of three Lori Boffman, 44, has been missing since Aug. 5, 2006. Boffman, who is diabetic, had attended a family picnic earlier that day. In fact, she had gone out early that morning to buy groceries for the event because she had recently won $1,000 in the lottery. At the event, relatives say that Lori's behavior was a little different than normal because she had started a new medication for an unspecified mental disorder, to which she was adjusting.
After she left the party, Boffman's driving was so erratic that a passenger asked to be let out of the car. Boffman drove off and hasn't been seen since. Her car was found crashed the next day in the next town with the door open and keys in the ignition, which was still running. Boffman's family is still looking for her and seeking closure.
For once, a missing-case report about a middle-aged black woman has surfaced. Even though the case is old, the national coverage is new. Maybe if the story had received national media coverage in 2006, when it happened, Boffman's family might have closure by now?
If you have any information about Boffman, please contact the FBI. Watch video of the report on CNN below: