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Erin Corwin, 19, pregnant and missing in Southern California

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Just hours ago, local new sources in California updated information on Erin Corwin, the wife of a Twentynine Palms Marine, missing since June 28. The updated information contributed nothing new, other than the fact, Erin is still missing. Law enforcement officials are now saying her disappearance is suspicious.

Jonathan Wayne Corwin, Erin’s husband, reported her missing one full day after she failed to return home from a trip to Joshua Tree National Park in Southern California. Reporting varies on her reason for going to the park that Saturday morning. Huffington Post states Erin was investigating a future place to go with her mother, Lore Heavilin, to do some photography.

Erin’s car, a 2013 Toyota Corolla, was found Monday near the Twentynine Palms Marine base, adding to the fears of authorities and her family that foul play is involved.

Search and rescue teams have scoured the area on foot and by air. Corwin seems to have vanished without a trace. There have been no leads since her car was located. Homicide detectives are now in charge of her case.

What most women find curious about the circumstances is that Erin, just three months into her pregnancy, reportedly left the house around 7 a.m. While there is every possibility that Erin is one of the lucky ones, many women in early pregnancy would still be in bed at 7 a.m. on a weekend or experiencing an unwelcome bout of morning sickness. Law enforcement officials know the accounts of Erin's disappearance just don't add up.

Erin’s husband, Jonathan, has not been charged and so far, he has not been listed as a “person of interest.”

Erin Corwin is white, 5-feet-2, weighs 120 pounds and has brown hair and blue eyes. Anyone with information about her is asked to call the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Specialized Investigation Division at (909) 387-3589 or sheriff’s dispatch at (909) 387-8313. To remain anonymous, call the WeTip hotline at (800) 782-7463.

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