Bethany Anne Decker Missing: Pregnant Va. 21-year-old hasn't been seen in a month

Bethany Anne Decker
Authorities search for missing, pregnant mom
Bethany Anne Decker

(CBS/WUSA) LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. - Investigators in Virginia are looking for Bethany Anne Decker, a pregnant 21-year-old who police say has been missing for more than a month.

Decker was reported missing on Feb. 19, but was last seen on Jan. 29.

Investigators say her family reported her missing after numerous failed attempts to reach her, according to CBS affiliate WUSA.

Her car was found parked in a garage at her Ashburn, Va. apartment, but without signs or clues as to Decker's whereabouts. She's a senior at Virginia's George Mason University.

Investigators say just before she went missing, she had gone on a vacation to Hawaii with her husband, an Army soldier who was back in the states on leave from Afghanistan.

Shortly after the Hawaii vacation her husband, Emile Decker, re-deployed to Afghanistan.

According to Loudoun County Sheriff's Captain Ken Pratt, Emile Decker returned to Afghanistan "just a little after" his wife was last heard from, reports WUSA.

Loudoun sheriff's officials aren't treating this as suspicious, but they are leaving every possibility open.

"Everything is under investigation obviously. We have a missing person, and we've got to look at everything," Pratt told WUSA. "Our main thing is we want to locate Bethany."

Anyone with information on her disappearance is urged to call the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office at 703-777-0407.