Questions surround the disappearance of Bailey Blunt last seen on September 22.
It was reported that Blunt was last seen near Berg Road off Highway 299 in Willow Creek more than 60 days ago before her disappearance.
That is where the home of Blunt’s ex-boyfriend Tyler Burrow resides. Blunt was on the way to pick up her stuff from Burrow’s home.
When she and Burrow disappeared, their families reported them missing. Bailey’s dog Hank was also missing.
Burrow resurfaced on November 14th, two months later in Trail, Oregon, nearly 220 miles away.
“He still had the truck. He still had the dog. He had spray painted the truck black,” Blunt’s sister Steffany Baroni said. “From what I heard from people in Jackson County, he was going by a different name while he was there.”
Trinity County deputies arrested burrow on a warrant for assault with a deadly weapon. Bailey Blunt was nowhere to be found.
We reached out to the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office where investigator Jennifer Taylor is assigned to Bailey’s disappearance.
She told us that efforts have been made in finding Blunt saying “We have conducted numerous search operations, some of which were done with cadaver dogs. We have spoken to numerous individuals in hopes that they would have information that could shed light on what happened to bailey.”
Baroni and the Nor-Cal Alliance for the Missing are offering a reward to find Blunt.
“We put another $5,000 reward for the location of where we can find Blunt’s body. We’re not looking for retribution at this point. We just want to be able to bring her home,” Baroni said.
Bailey is five feet four inches, weighs 150 pounds, has hazel eyes, and dark blonde hair with burgundy underneath.
“It doesn’t matter what kind of lifestyle she lived, y’know. She doesn’t deserve to just be out there,” Baroni said.
Burrow remains in jail.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Bailey Blunt or perhaps when she was last seen, please call the anonymous tip line at 707-445-7251.