A woman who arrived at the Orlando International Airport was not seen getting off the plane after a flight to Kentucky, and now she has been missing for two weeks.
Mariam “Star” Lint was last seen at the Orlando airport on Friday, Aug. 5, and a missing persons report was filed on Aug. 15, according to the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System. Her brother, Mike Lint, said he personally dropped her off at the airport, according to KCAU.
She was supposed to fly to the Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport, but airport footage does not show her arriving to her destination, the missing persons report says. It’s unclear if she was on the flight.
“Star’s phone has been shut off since the morning of Aug. 5,” The Aware Foundation said. “The family was contacted by an acquaintance of Star’s who claim they spoke to her after she arrived in Louisville and stated she was heading to Indiana, but this has not been confirmed.”
Two weeks later, there is still no sign of Lint.
Her brother said her seat was filled by someone on the flight to Louisville, but it’s unclear whom it was.
“We verified her ticket was, in fact, validated and that her seat was filled on the plane. (The airport) did not,” Mike Lint told KTIV. “And we’re not able to confirm that it was actually her that walked through the door and sat in the seat. But they were able to confirm that she had someone in it.”
An Orlando airport spokesperson told KTIV it is the Louisville’s airport responsibility to investigate, but Louisville airport officials said she never left the plane, the station reported.
The Louisville and Orlando airports could not be reached for comment, but Mike Lint said in a Facebook post on Friday, Aug. 19, that the Louisville airport is reviewing its footage.
Lint is 5 feet, 1 inch and weighs between 140 and 150 pounds. She has blonde hair with dark roots, but The Aware Foundation said it may be dyed multiple colors.
Anyone with information about Lint’s whereabouts is asked to contact Louisville Airport Police at 502-380-8257.
“We love you and we’re looking everywhere for you, please don’t give up, bubba loves you,” Mike Lint told KCAU in a message to his sister.