It’s been nearly a month since Lisa Diehm vanished.
And as each day passes, her family and friends grow increasingly concerned for her safety.
Investigators do not believe Lisa was abducted, but they think she may be in danger in the company of her boyfriend, Jess Solinger, who has a history of domestic violence.
There is an active arrest warrant for Solinger in connection with a domestic abuse incident involving Lisa that took place just days before the two vanished. According to family members, the incident left Lisa with a broken nose and severe pain in her back.
The last time anyone saw or spoke with Lisa was on May 10. The 56-year-old had just had lunch with her two sisters in Johnston, Iowa, before saying she was going to go to one of her daughters’ houses to rest, according to the missing poster being circulated online by family members.
Lisa never arrived at her daughter’s house. No one has heard from her since.
Nearly two weeks after Lisa vanished, police found Solinger’s white Ford F-150 pickup truck abandoned in Colfax, about an hour and a half west of where Lisa was last seen.
Lisa’s 2012 silver Subaru Legacy with license plate ENC 189 remains missing.
Whatever the situation, postings from family members online urge anyone with information about Lisa’s whereabouts to come forward.
Lisa Diehm is described as 5’8” tall, weighing 125 lbs., with blonde hair and blue eyes.
Solinger is described as 6’ tall, weighing 235 lbs., with grey hair and a beard, which may have been shaved.
Anyone with information is urged to call the Des Moines Police Department at (515) 283-4864.