When a single mother and her two-and-a-half year old daughter go missing from California’s Bay Area in a simultaneous mother-daughter homicide / disappearance, one family seems to be at the center of it all. From a self-declared street preacher to a babysitter with a murderous past, we’ll explore who may’ve played a role in this unsolved crime in this episode of Last Seen Alive.

Do you recognize this child?

Arianna Fitts was only 2.5 when she went missing in 2016. She may still resemble the pictures above. She may still be alive, possibly in California’s Bay Area.

If you know anything about Arianna’s whereabouts, please submit a secure, anonymous tip here or call the San Francisco FBI field office at (415) 553-7400.

Do you recognize the wooden board pictured above?

The board, which bears a spray-painted symbol, was used to cover Nikki Fitts’ body after it was dumped in a San Francisco park. If you know where the board may have come from, or can provide any information regarding the murder of Nikki Fitts, please submit a secure, anonymous tip here or call the San Francisco FBI field office at (415) 553-7400.

Sources mentioned in the podcast:

“Where is Arianna Fitts?” (SanFrancisco Weekly)

“SanFrancisco Police Release New Info in Search for Missing Girl, Mother’s Homicide” (ABC7 News)

Ready for a great listen that just might save your life?

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