MISSING! College student vanishes on Valentine’s Day. Her car is found damaged the next day. [Reports]

A search is underway for a Georgia college student who reportedly vanished on Valentine’s Day.

WSB-TV reported that Fort Valley State University student Anitra Gunn, 23, was last seen at 11:30 a.m. on Friday near Chestnut Hill Road in Fort Valley, a town about 30 miles southwest of Macon in central Georgia. The missing woman’s family, who live in Atlanta, contacted police on Saturday after they were unable to reach her.

On Saturday, authorities reportedly found Gunn’s vehicle with its front bumper ripped off. Gunn’s father told WGXA that his daughter’s wallet was in her car, and her phone has also been found.

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On Monday, officials confirmed that the Georgia State Patrol sent out an aviation team to search for the missing college student. Right now, it’s unclear whether foul play is involved in her disappearance.

Gunn was described as being 5 feet 7 inches tall, weighing 165 pounds, and having black hair and brown eyes. It’s not immediately known what she was wearing when she vanished.

Anyone with information regarding Anitra Gunn’s whereabouts should call the Fort Valley Police Department at 478-825-3384.

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[Featured image: Anitra Gunn/Fort Valley Department of Public Safety]