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Missing pregnant woman: Hawaii woman's SUV found burned, search continues

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The search continues for a missing pregnant woman named Carly Scott whose SUV was found burned two days before in a rural area. ABC News reported on Feb. 14, 2014, that a private search party was looking for the missing Hawaii woman after she was reported missing this past Monday by her mother.

Carly Scott's mother told the authorities that a family member had last seen Carly in Haiku in northeast Maui at her sister's house. This was on the evening of Sunday, Feb. 9, 2014.

The 27-year-old Scott is five months pregnant.

Steven Capobianco, the missing pregnant woman's ex-boyfriend, said Scott picked him up on Sunday evening and drove him several dozen miles away so he could get his truck fixed. He even said that Scott's dog, Nala, was with her.

He continued on to say that later in the night, Scott was driving behind him as they drove back to Haiku, but he lost sight of her 1997 Toyota 4Runner. That 4Runner was found this past Wednesday burned and in Haiku Peahi.

Scott's dog was found nearby in Nahiku.

"I sent her a text that said, 'thank you,' but I figured she was working, that's why she didn't get back to me right away," Capobianco told the news station. "It wasn't until the cops showed up at my house at 5:30 in the morning the next day that I realized something was wrong."

So far, there have been no arrests made and police have not named any suspects in the case of the missing pregnant woman from Hawaii.

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