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Bernadine Gunner & Was Reportedly Last Seen Driving Away From Home
The circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Bernadine Gunner have caused controversy regarding what truly happened to the missing 52-year-old woman. The last reported sighting of Bernadine was on July 11, 2010, at her home in Camden, New Jersey. Because public records and reports have been scarce, piecing together what happened is impossible for an outsider. Information regarding her personal relationships is unknown, but it was reported that she was last seen driving away from her home. Investigators reportedly believed that Bernadine was traveling in her blue four-door 2006 Hyundai Elantra because both the missing woman and her car haven’t been located.
Weeks after her disappearance, The Philadelphia Inquirer reportedly on Bernadine’s case and included a statement from authorities. “She has a history of depression and we fear she may be in danger,” Camden police reportedly said in a statement at the time. In their report, The Charley Project states that Bernadine “may have been suicidal at the time of her disappearance.”
At the time of her disappearance, Bernadine Gunner stood approximately 5 feet tall and weighed about 135 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair, brown eyes, and a medium brown complexion. She was last seen wearing a black camisole top and khaki capri pants. Bernadine would be 61-years-old at the time of this publication.
Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Camden County Police Department at (856) 757-7440, the New Jersey State Police Missing Persons Unit at (609) 882-2000, or their local authorities. Her agency case number is 1007121087 with the Camden Police Department.
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