FBI seek public's help locating missing Montana woman

Salt Lake City FBI is asking for the public's help with locating Danielle Marie Diamond, who has been missing since November 2017. (Photo: FBI.gov)

(KUTV) -- Salt Lake City FBI is asking for the public's help with locating Danielle Marie Diamond, who has been missing since November 2017.

Diamond, who turns 26 on Saturday, is from Bozeman, Montana, and was last seen at the Bozeman public library.

She may have been seen in the Salt Lake City area in the past month but the sighting has not been confirmed.

The FBI say Diamond may have passed through Salt Lake City to get to Denver where she spent last summer in homeless shelters.

At the time of her disappearance, Diamond was transient and did not have a vehicle or a phone.

Diamond was last seen wearing brown sweatpants and a multi-colored "beanie"-style hat. She may have a bag in her possession filled with clothes and essential items, the FBI said.

She is described as white, with medium to dark brown hair, 5-foot-7-inches tall, and weighing between 135-140 pounds.

She also has a tattoo on her neck of a Mayan rune. It is circular and approximately two inches in diameter. Diamond also has a tattoo on her back.

The Salt Lake City FBI has created a tip line for this case. Please call 801-579-6187 with any information.

The FBI is working jointly with the Gallatin County Sheriff's Office and Homeland Security Investigations on the case.

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