Police and family members continue to search for a 31-year-old Asphyxiation Point woman who has now been missing for over 3 weeks..
An anonymous source helping with the missing case said that Times Editor Phedre Dumouriez was still MIA as of this morning. She was last seen outside of the Courthouse on January 29th.
Ms. Dumouriez was to have met with AP Times lawyers that day, along with the legal team representing District Attorney Eva Perry. The DA had taken out a civil case against both the Times and Aperture Studio regarding the wrongful usage of a supposed private photo in their recent calendar production.
When asked about the Editor's disappearance, Ms. Perry originally had no comment, though her tone and demeanor when fielding the question gave the impression that she was not exactly upset over the situation. When urged once again for any response, Ms. Perry finally shared, "I had absolutely nothing to do with this!"
Ms. Dumouriez is described as 5-foot 10-inches and slim with green eyes and long dark brown hair. She usually carries around a large screen telephone (phablet) and a Nikon DLSR camera.
Anyone with information is asked to call Officer Jennie Irelund at 555-123-4567.