Family of security guard in Danielle Stislicki's missing case says evidence 'is troubling'

Posted: Feb 23 2017 11:34PM EST

Video Posted: Feb 23 2017 10:31PM EST

Updated: Feb 24 2017 09:35AM EST

BERKLEY, Mich. (WJBK) - Danielle Stislicki has been missing for nearly three months now, and there has still been no sign of her. One local woman, though, says police say her brother-in-law was seen with Stislicki on December 2, the day she disappeared.

"It's not looking good, it's just not," says Elizabeth Newton. "[Danielle's] still missing and he's still not said any bit of truth to the police."

She says her sister's husband, a former security guard, has been interviewed in connection with the disappearance of the 28-year-old.

Stislicki worked a dayshift at her job at MetLife in Southfield on Friday Dec. 2. She left work early after indicating she was planning to meet a friend. Danielle hasn't been seen since.

Her 2015 Jeep Renegade was found parked outside her apartment at Independence Green Apartments near Halsted and Grand River in Farmington Hills.

Three weeks later, just before Christmas, investigators, armed with a court-ordered warrant, searched a home on Oxford Street in Berkley. The home was the residence of a former security guard at Danielle's employer, MetLife.

Newton says her brother-in-law is that security guard, and investigators told her they have lifted a portion of the floor as evidence from his home.

"You know they took his floor; they took his cars; they took his family's cars; they have evidence of him, like, having been with Danielle on that day that she disappeared. They have eye witnesses," Newton says she heard from Sgt. Razzi at the Farmington Hills Police Department. "The police told me about there being eyewitnesses that saw them at the house together on Oxford in Berkley. My sister was in the hospital, so she wasn't around, and the fact he has no explanation for his whereabouts that day."

There have been no charges in the disappearance but investigators have told FOX 2 that they believe her disappearance is a crime.

Newton says that her brother-in-law seemed like a nice guy, but added that the evidence "is troubling."

Neighbors have said they saw her Jeep in the driveway of the Oxford house.

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