Family of missing Immokalee woman asks for public's help with search
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IMMOKALEE, Fla.- A Collier County woman gives a desperate cry for help to anyone with an idea of the whereabouts of a missing Immokalee woman. Sheriff's deputies have been searching for 24-year-old Esterlyne Delmas since she went missing on August 3rd.
The woman's siblings said they moved to Southwest Florida from Haiti a few years ago and have always been a close knit family. They said it is completely out of character for the 24-year-old to wander off.
Her siblings, Rebecca and Josue said the last time they saw their sister was Saturday, August 3rd as they got ready for church camp.
" I don't know what happened to her she didn't tell anyone and left the baby by herself. She would've texted us, told us where she is, what she's doing and when she's coming home." Brother Josue said.
The siblings said they came home and saw Esterlyne's kids, but there was no sign of the 24-year-old mother of 4. They said her most important valuables were left behind.
" She left her purse, her phone and I.D." Brother Josue said.
Esterlyne Delmas is described as black, 5 feet 1 inch tall and 165 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with any information about the missing Immokalee woman, call the Collier County Sheriff's Office at 239-252-9300.