A Florida mother of two who served in Iraq as a veteran and told her family that she feared her ex-boyfriend has mysteriously vanished.

Rachel Schwartz, age 33, was last seen leaving her ex-boyfriend John Scorah’s home in Waimauma, Hillsborough County, with her luggage on January 31 at 5:00 p.m. She then went to a centre for veterans in trouble.

Schwartz was leaving the house when a man in the background yelled, “Rachel, I have everything you need, and I want you to stay one more day!” The Ring camera captured the image.

In April 2022, Scorah was arrested for battery. Last year, Schwarts moved to Minnesota to escape him.

Ultimately, the charges were dismissed.

Scwartz was in Florida with her two children from a previous relationship when she vanished.

Elizabeth Schrupp, Schwartz’s sister, stated that she was scheduled to return to Minnesota on February 4.

Her final message to my father stated that she desired to return home but feared her ex. “Both her phone and social media accounts went silent on the same day,” Schrupp posted on Facebook.

Schwartz visited Scorah’s home for unknown reasons, but her brother-in-law told Fox News that her last words to her father were that she feared her ex-boyfriend.

Schrupp stated that since her sister went missing, police have spoken with the ex-boyfriend of her sister.

Schrupp wrote that the police had visited her ex-boyfriend’s residence to ensure that he was taking care of her. The first time there was no response, and the second time she was missing for nearly a week.

While in Florida, Schwartz was engaged on social media. She uploaded several photographs while she was there. Her final post, before she mysteriously vanished, was a photograph of her eating while posing for the camera.

A few weeks prior, she posted a photo of herself exploring the Sunshine State with the caption, “I love discovering open fields in Florida.” It is increasingly rare, and one day there may be no peace on earth.

According to her Facebook page, Schwartz completed a PTSD Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Programme before moving to Minnesota in late October.

She had previously suggested that individuals with PTSD who have struggled similarly to her should try written exposure therapy. “And this is not the end. This is only the beginning!’

According to reports, Schwartz is five feet and two inches tall with blue eyes and blonde hair.

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