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LCSO Continues Investigation into Missing Ashburn Woman Bethany Anne Decker
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LCSO Continues Investigation into Missing Ashburn Woman Bethany Anne Decker

From Loudoun County Sheriff:

Loudoun County, VA:  Today (May 13, 2011) marks the 22nd birthday of missing mother Bethany Anne Decker. The missing Ashburn, Virginia woman is married with one child and is expecting another. She was last seen on January 29, 2011.   
  
Today the Loudoun Sheriff’s Office released a photograph of Bethany Anne Decker, shown when she was approximately 27-weeks pregnant with her first child. She is believed now to be approximately seven months pregnant.   
  
Mrs. Decker was reported missing February 19th by her family and authorities have been trying to locate her ever since. The Loudoun Sheriff’s Office has conducted dozens of interviews and continues to follow leads in the case. Among those interviewed by investigators is Emile Decker, the missing woman’s husband, who is a member of the U.S. Army, stationed in Afghanistan.  No evidence has been found that points to foul play,  
  
Bethany Decker’s car was left behind in the parking lot of her apartment. The vehicle is in the possession of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.  It is known that Mrs. Decker did not leave the country. There has been no activity on her bank accounts, cell phones or e-mail. She was registered as a student at George Mason University, but has not attended any classes since this incident was reported.   
  
The case is listed officially as a “missing person” and anyone who has any information about Mrs. Decker or this case is asked to contact Inv. M. Halley at 703-777-0475. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous may call Loudoun County Crime Solvers at 703-777-1919.

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