‘She would never just leave’: Investigators investigate whether Mid-City mother’s disappearance was related to economic investigation

Heidi Planck has not been seen for more than two weeks, but on Tuesday, investigators considered new information about the Mid-City mother and whether her disappearance is related to her job as financial inspector.

The 39-year-old’s employer, Camden Capital in El Segundo, is under federal investigation for an alleged $ 43 million fraud.

The Los Angeles Police Department and federal agents issued a search warrant at Planck’s home last week, apparently seeking evidence in the fraud investigation.

Planck’s friends say she was worried in the days leading up to her disappearance.

“She was really stressed and nervous, but she did not go into detail,” said Planck’s friend Natalie John.

The day she disappeared, Planck’s home security camera showed her leaving home with her dog. She attended her 10-year-old son’s football game, but suddenly left the game early.

“She didn’t seem excited. She was maybe a little angry. She left with her dog and she just walked over to us and said, ‘I’m going,'” Planck’s ex-husband Jim Wayne said.

A few hours later, her dog was found wandering around an apartment in downtown LA, but Planck was nowhere to be found.

Friends said Planck would not willingly leave behind his 10-year-old son.

“She would never do this to her boy. She has worked so hard, so hard in her custody battle for this little boy,” John said.

“Completely abnormal, unlikely,” said friend Danielle Nadolny. “She would never just go.”


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