Body of missing student, 23, found after Valentine’s disappearance and boyfriend interrogated by police
The body of the missing Georgia student, 23, is found after disappearing on Valentine’s Day and her boyfriend is interrogated by the police
- The body of Anitra Gunnn, 23, is found in Crawford County, Georgia
- The student’s boyfriend is an “interested party” in the case, police say
- He was not arrested but was interviewed for the third time
- A desperate search was launched after she disappeared on Valentine’s Day
- Body partially covered “found as if someone was trying to hide it”
A missing Fort Valley student who was last seen on Valentine’s Day in Georgia was found dead, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said.
The body of Anitra Gunnn has been discovered by police near the border of Crawford County and Peach County, confirms Special Agent JT Ricketson, according to WMAZ.
Gunn’s boyfriend, who has not been arrested, has been identified by the police as a “person of interest” and has been recorded for a third interview, said County Sheriff Terry Deese Tuesday night in a press conference. His car was also towed by the police.
The body of Anitra Gunnn, a 23-year-old Fort Valley student, was found in Crawford County, Georgia
His boyfriend was admitted for the third time and is an ‘interested party’ but has not been arrested
Deese said he would not release more information about the friend’s interviews.
Gunn’s body was found partially covered near Greer Road “as if someone was trying to hide it” – as well as a piece of car – on Tuesday afternoon, Deese said.
Gunn was reportedly last seen in the morning of February 14 on Chestnut Hill Road in Fort Valley at her boyfriend’s house.
The concerned family of the student contacted the police the next day and her Chevy Cruze car was found with the bumper missing in the city limits of Fort Valley.
The body was found near a front bumper that delegates think belongs to Gunn’s car.
Her father said he called her on the morning of February 14 and wished her a happy Valentine’s Day. Friends and family who called her later said they didn’t answer.
Gunn’s Chevy Cruze was found with the bumper missing in the city limits of Fort Valley
A desperate search was started for missing Gunn after she disappeared four days ago. Her father said it was unusual that she had no contact
A desperate search was launched and her father Christopher Gunn had expressed fears about her fate when he told it WGXA that his daughter’s lack of contact was unusual. He said the family “always talked to her, always checked her out.”
“My mind just races 100 miles per hour. As a father, it hurts that I can’t do much, “he said.
The instance is sent to the GBI Crime Lab for identification.
Drones had swam the area with drones