A Georgia college student is still unaccounted for four days after she mysteriously vanished on Valentine’s Day.
According to WMAZ, Fort Valley State University student Anitra Gunn, 23, was last seen Friday morning at her boyfriend’s aunt’s home, which is located on Chestnut Hill Road in Fort Valley. Her Chevy Cruze — with its bumper missing — was reportedly discovered the following day.
The Macon Telegraph reported that Gunn’s vehicle was located a block from her Fort Valley apartment on Belle Street. Her wallet was said to be located in her car, and her phone has also been found.
Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent J.T. Ricketson said they believe the bumper was intact at the time of her disappearance. He said the bumper hasn’t been located as of Tuesday.
“It might lead us to another clue as to what happened,” Ricketson said, according to the news outlet.
Investigators believe Gunn attended a party on Thursday evening. Right now, it’s unclear whether anyone who attended the party is involved in the college student’s disappearance.
Peach County Sheriff Terry Deese said they haven’t identified any suspects and made any arrests. He said they questioned Gunn’s boyfriend and towed his car.
Deese said the GBI will inspect the boyfriend’s vehicle as part of their ongoing investigation. Ricketson said they’re in the process of reviewing Gunn’s phone records.
Anyone with information regarding Anitra Gunn’s whereabouts should call the Fort Valley Police Department at 478-825-3383.
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[Featured image: Anitra Gunn/Fort Valley Department of Public Safety; WMAZ]