It's been a week since Amanda Eller mysteriously vanished while apparently going for a hike on Maui, but her boyfriend said Wednesday the search continues and he just wants her back home. Eller, a year-old physical therapist and yoga teacher from the Hawaiian island, was last seen by her boyfriend, Benjamin Konkol, on the morning of May 8. Surveillance footage released Wednesday showed Eller, in workout gear, going to the Ha'iku Post Office and store that morning, mailing a Mother's Day package and buying water and energy bars. It did, however, start to get later with no sign of her and I started having that weird feeling, ya know that gut feeling, that something wasn't right. He continued, saying in that moment, "Hopefully if I go to bed, sometime she'll just crawl in tonight having lost her phone or got caught up with some friends.
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Skip to this video now. Play Video. Massive search underway for year-old woman who went missing in a nature preserve. Amanda Eller, yoga instructor and avid runner, has been missing for four days in Maui.
Woman who went missing in Hawaii forest two weeks ago found alive
This is the incredible moment the yoga instructor who went missing more than two weeks ago on a hike in a Hawaii forest was hoisted to safety with just 'little bit of sunburn' after she survived on water, plants and even moths. Amanda Eller, 35 had been missing for two weeks when helicopter rescue crews spotted her waving from a stream, according to Hawaii officials. She went missing on May 8 after leaving her phone behind while hiking in the Makawao Forest Reserve trail in Maui. She was found around four miles from where she had left her car, authorities said.
The search for a year-old experienced hiker who disappeared 10 days ago after taking off on a solo hike for the first time in Hawaii has intensified as the family of another missing hiker announced a reward for information on her disappearance. Kyle Brittain of Honolulu, Hawaii , set out at around 6 a. Kyle Brittain was last seen near the Waipio Valley lookout area on Aug. Steve Brittain said that the family had never hiked that particular trail, which was a 1,foot cliff at a degree angle.