Twenty-eight-year-old Heather Bird still hasn't been found, but there are new details in her disappearance that point to a negative scenario. Even the missing stripper's mother has fears for the worst. First of all, the mysterious man the woman was last seen leaving the club with is believed to be a customer of the establishment. This is immediately a recipe for disaster, and in fact it's frowned upon at most establishments of this nature. The negligence of the strip club should be scrutinized in this instance, to be opinionated.
The mother of the missing stripper believes that she was drugged and kidnapped by a biker gang.
"My daughter has been living a double life. She's been with them (the biker gang) for several months and I didn't know about it," said Susan Bird.
Sadly, the cellphone belonging to Heather Bird hasn't been in use since the last night she was seen. She has displayed no activity since that night. This doesn't indicate a positive ending to this search. No cellphone activity, no bank or credit card activity and no social networking activity for nearly a month is usually a sure indicator of foulplay when a person is missing.
If Heather was taken by a biker gang that she's been a part of, there's no telling what happened to her. These people could be violent or she could be just out of reach of communication and having a "good time." Hopefully more information comes up in the search for this missing woman so her family can find out what happened.
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