The Los Angeles police department was able to obtain security footage from the building where Heidi Planck’s dog was found. The California mom has been missing for two weeks and police have been baffled by the strange circumstances of her disappearance.

Police have yet to reveal what is in the footage, but the video could determine more about Heidi Planck’s disappearance.

The building where her dog was recovered, which is a high-rise residential building in Downtown Los Angeles nearly 12 miles away from the missing woman’s home, originally didn’t want to give police access to the footage. The LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide Division had to get a search warrant to finally convince the owners of the building to cooperate.

Heidi Planck disappeared two weeks ago and police are baffled by the strange circumstances of her disappearance. (Credit: Facebook)
Heidi Planck disappeared two weeks ago and police are baffled by the strange circumstances of her disappearance. (Credit: Facebook)

According to friends and family, Planck had no connection to the building where her dog was mysteriously found. Her ex-husband, Jim Wayne, believes that her disappearance has something to do with her job, since her boss is being investigated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

The California mom was working as an executive assistant and a controller for an investment advisory company called Camden Capital Partners LLC. The company, along with it’s executives Jason Sugarman and Jason Galanis were being investigated by the SEC for securities fraud.

Back in 2019, the pair had been charged, and it was discovered that they had created a scheme to steal nearly $43 million from their clients. Galanis pleaded guilty in January 2020 and received 15 years in prison. It is unclear if Sugarman has pleaded to any charges.

Wayne also believed that Planck’s new boyfriend could have something to do with her disappearance. The ex-husband said that Planck and her beau got into an argument just before she went missing.

The boyfriend, who lives in San Francisco, argued with Planck a week before her disappearance about why he couldn’t travel down to see her. Police have no evidence that he is involved and they have not included him in a list of suspects. Wayne later admitted to police that he considers the boyfriend a great guy.

Friends of Heidi Planck continue to put up missing flyers around the building where her dog was discovered roaming the halls. They are remembering a dear friend and hoping that she is alright.

Natalie John, a friend of the missing woman, was one of the first to learn of her disappearance and immediately jumped into the search efforts. She told reporters that Planck has a “sweet soul,” and is always willing to help those in need.

“If you need a ride, if you’re stuck somewhere or you need a ride, she’ll come get you, or you need a ride to go somewhere, she’ll take you there,” John said. “You know, she’s extremely smart and, you know, just a very good human person, but you know, you have a lot of friends. Heidi was not one of those friends. She was a real friend, a friend you can depend on.”

John said that she wants her friend to know that they’re not going to give up when it comes to searching for her.

Heidi Planck, the missing mom who disappeared from her son's LA area football game has not been seen in two weeks. Her dog was found days later in an apartment building.
Heidi Planck, the missing mom who disappeared from her son’s LA area football game has not been seen in two weeks. Her dog was found days later in an apartment building. Photo credit: Missing poster circulated by family

One of the people who is most anxious about Heidi Planck’s disappearance is her 10-year-old son. According to his father, the boy is very distraught.

“She’s a devoted mother who would never, ever leave her son,” Wayne told NBC. “We have a 10-year-old boy at home that’s looking for his mom and we just need to find her. He was doing OK until he saw a photo of them the other day – and then he just broke down. He told me that he just wanted one more time to talk to her. That hurt. That was really painful.”