Summer Moon was last seen at her home in Rogersville, Tennessee, in the Beech Creek area, on the 100 block of Ben Hill Road, between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. on June 15, 2021.
Her older brothers said she played in the basement and wasn’t seen again. No one has seen or heard from her since. Her family said she just vanished without anyone seeing or hearing anything strange. A lot of people looked for her, but they couldn’t find her. However, search dogs found her scent in the woods at the end of Ben Hill Road.
One hundred and eleven days after Summer went missing, police asked people in the area about a truck that had been seen in the late afternoon and early evening of June 14 and 15. The truck is said to be a red or maroon Toyota Tacoma from 1998 to 2000. It has white buckets in the bed and a full-bed ladder rack.
No one has been able to identify the car or its driver. The driver is not a suspect, but the police want to talk to them to find out what they know and what they may have seen.
Summer’s family was looked into to see if they had anything to do with her disappearance. There have been problems with domestic violence between her parents, Donald Wells and Candus Bly. Donald has been arrested more than once for domestic violence. He said that he was at work when Summer went missing and that he, Candus, and Candus’s mother had all passed polygraph tests about it.
The Tennessee Department of Children’s Services took Summer’s three older brothers, who were between the ages of seven and twelve, away from their home about a month after Summer went missing. No one knows why. The police asked them about the case after they were taken away. They have also talked to people who stayed at the house in the months before Summer went missing.
No one has been named as a suspect in Summer’s case by the police. Donald said he thinks someone from outside the family took his daughter.
Summer Bly’s aunt Rose Bly hasn’t been seen or heard from since she vanished in Wisconsin in 2009. It’s not thought that the two cases are linked. Both are still unsolved.