Donna Cupido of Luka, Mississippi, was reported as a missing person on October 21, 2004. She is classified as Endangered and Missing.
Donna Cupido was born on November 19, 1959. At the time of her disappearance, her family described her as a 44-year-old Caucasian female, 5’9″ tall, and weighing 135 pounds. She had light brown hair and green eyes. Distinguishing marks included a three-inch scar on her left knee and a dark blue and purple-colored tattoo of a butterfly on her right shoulder blade. She also has three ear piercings in each ear. Donna was last seen wearing a button-up flannel shirt and slacks. She uses reading glasses.
The last reported sighting of Donna Cupido was on October 21, 2004, when she dropped her daughter off at the Tishomingo County High School. The school is on the 700 block of Highway 72, Luka, Mississippi. She had told her daughter that she would see her when she picked her up later that day when school was finished. She never arrived.
Her daughter stated Cupido was acting normal that morning and nothing appeared out of the ordinary. Following her disappearance, it was discovered that she was having an extramarital affair. Both her husband and her boyfriend passed a polygraph which reflected that they had no part in her disappearance.
Cupido’s 2001 Silver Kia Sportage was later discovered in the parking lot of the Apostolic Church, Highway 72, Luka, MS, but no further evidence was uncovered.
There was a possible sighting at the Wooden Nickel Restaurant in Cherokee, Alabama. Investigators also stated that Cupido is from Canada and still had family members living there. Her family in Mississippi have stated that they believe Cupido is a victim of foul play because leaving the area notifying no one was uncharacteristic of her.
If you have any additional information about the disappearance of Donna Cupido, please get in touch with the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation at (662) 534-4755 or the Luka Mississippi Police Department at (662) 423-6340. The Tishomingo County Sheriff’s Department can be reached at (662) 423-7000. The agency case #: MP04009.