Amy Wells Bridgeman: Missing from Halifax

UPDATE 2017:  The reward has been increased to $5,000. Anyone with information concerning this case should contact the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office at (252) 583-8201, Halifax County Crimestoppers at (252) 583-4444 or the State Bureau of Investigation at (919) 662-4500.
UPDATE 6/6/2016 –  From her Facebook page:
“It’s hard 2 believe that in just 18 days our Amy will be missing 3yrs! In that time we have butt heads with many, but we have some help in our corner with Tony Burnette vowing 2 make it his mission 2 serve & help our families. We have Sheila Moses whose brother Daniel is missing in our corner as well & each and every family of the Missing or Murdered has vowed 2 be there 4 each other and help each other along our journey! We lost Mrs Lola this year, who never found out about her son Shawn, may all her hard work not be in vain…Please join us & let your voices be heard!”

 

Original story:  Amy Wells Bridgeman, 42, has been missing since June 24, 2013 from Halifax, N.C.. She was last seen near the Coastal Lumber Company in Weldon around 6:30 a.m. on June 24.  She has blue eyes and either black or brown shoulder length hair. She was last seen wearing a white shirt with four black stripes and white Capri pants.

There will be a search conducted Jan. 4, 2013: “I just wanted to inform each and everyone about the search that will be taking place this Saturday, January 4, 2014 for Missing Amy Wells Bridgeman. We will be meeting at Weldon Fire Station Number 2 across the street from Halifax Community College between 7:30 AM and 8:30 AM for check-in and briefing from law enforcement. Once check-in and briefing have taken place we will be split into groups to search. Location of search will not be released until the day of the search. As we all know with the temperature being in the 30’s and with all of the rain that we have had this past week please be sure to dress warmly and wear boots due to walking through standing water. Also, if you have or have not contacted us and would like to volunteer, please do so, but I will need your Name and Phone Number inboxed to me as soon as possible, as we will not be permitted to let anyone join that is not on our check-in list for safety purposes. Also, due to the amount of rain that we have had the areas that will be searched we will be unable to use 4-wheel drive or 4-wheelers. No one under the age of 18 will be permitted due to safety reasons.

 

We also need volunteers to donate certain supplies. If you are able to help in any way please contact me before 1 PM tomorrow (January 1, 2014)

Thanks,

John Whichard”

Missing Amy Wells Bridgeman Facebook page

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