Missing Marine Wife's Family Prays for Her Safe Return - NBC 7 San Diego

Missing Marine Wife's Family Prays for Her Safe Return

Erin Corwin, who is three months pregnant, was last seen June 28



    Family members of a missing Marine wife are praying someone will see the teenager’s image and give authorities the information to help bring her home.

    Erin Corwin, 19, was last seen around 7 a.m. on Saturday, June 28 near the U.S. Marine Corps base at Twentynine Palms, California.

    Her husband, USMC Corp. Jon Corwin, reported her missing the following day, according to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.

    Corwin had just found out she was pregnant and was preparing for a visit from her mother in the days before she was last seen, according to interviews with her sister-in-law.

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    An aspiring photographer, Corwin was headed to Joshua Tree National Park to scope out places to take photographs with her mom, CNN reports.

    She was also planning to take her mother to SeaWorld San Diego and the San Diego Zoo, according to a Facebook page sharing update on the search.

    San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department officials have been searching from dawn to dusk since Corwin was reported missing. Search efforts continued Tuesday.

    She is described as 5-foot, 2-inches tall and 120 pounds with light brown hair and blue eyes. She is three months pregnant.

    Her blue 2013 Toyota Corolla was found in Twentynine Palms two days after her disappearance.

    A GoFundMe account has been set up to help family members pay for fliers and other search expenses.

    Tipsters wishing to remain anonymous may also call the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME (782-7463) or leave information on the website.

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