Omaha, Nebraska – The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is intensifying efforts to locate Sunny Sramek, who mysteriously disappeared over four years ago. In a recent statement, the FBI’s Omaha office announced a significant reward, urging the public to come forward with any information that could unravel the unsettling case of the missing 22-year-old.
On April 20, 2019, Sunny Sramek embarked on what was supposed to be a routine trip from her hometown of Trenton to Omaha. Tragically, that was the last time anyone saw her. The details surrounding her disappearance have remained a mystery, prompting the FBI to take decisive action in the hope of uncovering new leads.
In a determined bid to generate new leads, the FBI is offering a $10,000 reward. This sum is for information that not only leads to Sunny’s safe recovery but also for details that might result in the arrest and conviction of anyone involved in her disappearance.
When Sunny went missing, she was wearing denim shorts and a black tank top, and had a pair of jeans and a hoodie with her. She was last spotted in a 2004 white Ford Explorer with Iowa license plates.
Sunny is distinguishable by several unique markings. She has a feather tattoo with the word “fly” on her left shoulder and a tribal sun in red ink on her right ankle. Notably, she has a rectangular scar on the back of her right shoulder, a small square-shaped scar on her forehead, chicken pox scars on her face, and various scars on her ankles, shin, hand, and arms.
The FBI and Sunny’s loved ones are holding onto hope and urging anyone with information, no matter how seemingly insignificant, to come forward. Those who might have any details are asked to contact the FBI Omaha Division at 402-493-8688. In cases like these, even the smallest piece of information could be the key to bringing Sunny home and providing her family with much-needed closure.