Unbehaun, who does not have custody of Kayla, was scheduled to give the child back to Iskerka by 7 p.m. July 5, but they never showed.
Iskerka called the police and an investigation was launched.
“It was discovered that all of Heather's social media (accounts) had been canceled and her phone turned off,” Iskerka wrote in the post. “As far as we know, no one has been able to reach her or has talked to her since (July 4).”
A missing person’s report was filed after the discovery.
Iskerka said he created the GoFundMe account to pay for a private investigator and any other costs surrounding the search.
Anyone with information is asked to call Athens-Clarke County police at 706-613-3888, ext. 792.
In other news:
Sam's Club has shut down its Lithonia location amid nationwide closures. The store on Turner Hill Road closed Thursday. Two other DeKalb Sam's Club locations have not closed. "This decision is based on a number of factors, including financial performance," a spokesperson said of Lithonia's closing. The news comes on the same day Walmart announced it was raising starting wages for employees.