Hot Case: Missing Girl’s Bike Found
After spending the evening with a friend, 21-year-old Mickey Shunick did something she’s done hundreds of times. Rode her bike home. This time, she didn’t make it and yesterday, just over a week since she was last seen, her bike was found beneath the Whiskey Bay Bridge in her hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana. Here are some pictures and some details from the site Find Mickey Now. Time is running out.
There is a $25,000 Reward for any information leading to the whereabouts of Mickey Shunick, no questions asked. The reward is capped at this amount.
LAFAYETTE, LA: 21-year-old Mickey Shunick (pictured) was last seen at about 2:00 am (May 19) riding a black and gold Schwinn Cutter bicycle with glittery gold handlebars from a friend’s home in the Saint Streets area of Lafayette. She was riding back home to the area near Ambassador and Congress, but never made it home and hasn’t been seen since. She is 5’1″ tall, weighing about 115 pounds, has shoulder length curly blonde hair and blue eyes. She has a small tattoo of a bicycle on her right outer ankle and a nose ring on her left nostril. She was last seen wearing a pastel multicolored striped shirt, light wash denim skinny jeans, and silver ankle boots. She was also carrying a light brown leather backpack, a black and yellow Vera Bradley wallet, a black Verizon slider phone and a small pink container of pepper spray. If you have any information on her whereabouts, please contact the Lafayette Police at 337-291-8633 or email firstname.lastname@example.org