A music store employee who robbed an older man because she saw him wearing a Make America Great Again hat outside of California Starbucks has been missing since she was fired from her job.
Rebecca Mankey, from Palo Alto, failed to come home to her husband on Friday after a trip to Lake County, Sheriff's Office where it says.
Her mobile phone placed her last in Aberdeen, Washington, and desperate friends have posted online to find her.
Melissa Demyan wrote on Facebook: "My friend Parker is missing. It has been over 24 hours since someone has seen or heard from her. I saw her last time when she left Lake County to go home yesterday.
& # 39; Parker if you read this: We love you so much and we just want to know you're safe. Please let us know you're okay!
Mankey, 46, claimed to notice it 74-year-old Jewish trumpet supporter & # 39; racist & # 39; and a "Nazi" before she talked about her attack online earlier this month.
In a long Facebook post she admitted she shouted at Victor and called for anyone who saw the man "talk confront him."
The post was spotted by his boss, who eventually led to Mankey losing his job.
The older Jewish man, (left), who just gave his name as Victor, claimed he was berated to wear a MAGA hat and support President Donald Trump by Rebecca Mankey (right)
Mankey has since missed her job from their job and received death threats
The woman, who later identified herself as Rebecca Mankey, admitted in a longer Facebook post that she called on Victor and called everyone who saw the man "talk confront him."  Sgt. Aaron Clark said, "We have nothing that makes us think she's in danger. We've decided from the people we've talked to that she's missing volunteer."
In an interview with KTVU April 3, The Trump Support Man – who just gave his name as Victor – those who criticized people for wearing Red Hat has "Trump derangement syndrome."
He added: "If you can't tell the difference between a Make America Great hat and a hat that is a Nazi hat or a Ku Klux clan hat, I want to say you are horrified.
This woman came over and did not just scream at me , she turned to Starbucks audience and said, "Hey, everyone's coming here! This guy is a racist! This guy hates brown people! "
Victor, wearing a yarmulke on his head under his MAGA hat, claimed that the woman also called him a Nazi.
In the post on her now disabled page, Mankey admitted the dispute:" I shouted at him. Calling the whole Starbucks to order and shouting at him more about how it was ok to hate brown people … I called him several names and told him to call the police.
Rebecca's mobile phone placed her last in Aberdeen, Washington, and desperate friends have posted online for help finding her
Rebecca Mankey posted this image of Victor on Facebook with her violent post in her account which has since been disabled
He woul not call the police, so I called him a look, he got his stuff together to leave. I followed him to the registry as he complained about me and chased him out of Starbucks and shouted at him to get out of my town. »
She later wrote in a comment that she should" go public to him in the city and try to get him fired and kicked out of every club he is in. "
Mankey was also forced to retire as co-chairman of Bayshore Progressive Democrats.
They wrote: "As a result of publicity around her actions, she and her family members today (had personal contact revealed to encourage threats and harassment) on social media and internet channels on the right side.
& She and her family have suffered more death threats and other threats of harm and harm, and lose employment. »
The Palo Alto police said both parties did not submit a report on the incident. But Mankey was fired from his job at Gryphon Strings, a guitar sales and repair shop, after the store owner was made aware of the incident.
& Gryphon doesn't believe anyone will be bothered or harassed regardless of their faith
richar d Johnson, the owner of but Not where the Mankey worked, said she was fired because her actions were in conflict with his beliefs and values
& Music has historically been something that has brought people of different socio-political backgrounds together, & # 39; said the store in a statement earlier this week.
& # 39; We would like to make it clear that opinions and actions taken by employees are not indicative of how we operate ourselves in the store, and we hope we can continue to serve our customers across the country respectfully and universally as we has been doing for almost 50 years. & # 39;
Store owner Richard Johnson said the actions are in conflict with their own values.
The Palo Alto police said Victor did not contact them about what happened and as a result they had no evidence of a crime.
But Mankey is said to have contacted the police over alleged threats due to her comments on social media.
Anyone with information about her whereabouts should call the police at 707-263-2690.