GREENPOINT — A 33-year-old Greenpoint resident and active member of Brooklyn's electronic scene has now been missing the past 11 days from her home on Freeman Street, cops said — and the young woman reportedly sent her mother panicked text messages in their final correspondence the night of her disappearance.
Dana Lauren Bonanno, who cops officially declared missing July 27, texted her mother "I'm scared" late at night July 22, Bonanno's mom told the website Iohud.com.
Fliers with images of Bonanno have been posted throughout North Brooklyn and her friends and family have taken to social media to spread the word.
"All of her friends including myself have been posting daily on Facebook and are trying to extend our efforts in a search," friends posted on her Facebook page. "We have also been hanging missing persons signs in known spots she frequented, as well as by her apartment on Freeman Street in Greenpoint."
On her Facebook page friends note that she formerly worked for A&E television network and that she grew up in Stormville, N.Y.
"Dana moved to Brooklyn in 2012 and has been working on music production in her spare time hoping to make it a career move," her friends posted. "She likes music, exercise and bike riding, animals and being with friends."
Anyone with information about Bonanno's disappearance should call the NYPD Missing Persons Squad at 646-610-6914.