It’s been 23 days since Faiza Fahad voluntarily walked through the door of her house in Wylie. And yet, there is little clue as to why she left or where she is.
Wylie Police said it was around 9:10 a.m. on May 12 when she was seen on doorbell video leaving her home in the 2100 block of Central Park Drive.
She was later caught on CCTV walking past a 7-Eleven convenience store about two miles from Highway 78 and Woodbridge Parkway, on which she continued to walk south.
Now they’re asking owners and businesses to check the cameras, in the hopes that someone can provide another piece to the puzzle of where Fahad came from.
According to police, Fahad was new to Wylie and did not know anyone outside her home.
A family in Pakistan said they recently moved to the United States with a husband she has since divorced.
Fahad is the mother of a 4 month old baby girl.
Her brother told NBC 5 that the family spoke with Fahad the day before she disappeared and she seemed well placed.
Police confirmed her phone was forgotten when she went missing.
With the family unable to help with the search, strangers volunteered their time to help.
“We hung a bunch of these neon flyers around Woodbridge to get everyone’s attention,” Devon Nalley said.
Nalley is one of a handful of people who have kept in touch with Fahad’s family, handed out flyers and sent postcards encouraging people to check their cameras.
“I just can’t imagine being her parents or siblings, and there’s nothing you can do. You’re halfway around the world. I think she’s their youngest daughter and she disappeared to a country where she was new and a city where she was new, I think it’s just heartbreaking, ”Nalley said.
On Saturday, they invite the community to help expand the search by handing out flyers to Garland and Rowlett. They will meet in the parking lot of the Lycée Sachse at 11am. Click here to register as a volunteer.
Fahad was last seen wearing light blue pants, a light blue floral top, and a pink and blue scarf. She is 5’2 “, 130 lbs with black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information on Fahad’s whereabouts is asked to call Wylie Police at 972-442-8171.