Find Marina Pearl Boelter, still missing!
She has been missing for almost three years.
She was a teen mom at the time of her disappearance.
She was last seen getting into a car
With an unidentified male.
Shortly after her disappearance,
Her former boyfriend was killed.
Find Marina Pearl Boelter, Still Missing!!
Find Marina Pearl Boelter, still missing! She has been missing since December 31, 2014. Other agencies have her listed as missing on January 2, 2015. She is missing from Bloomfield, Indiana. A Violent Criminal Apprehension Alert (ViCAP) Alert has been issued for Marina Pearl Boelter. The FBI issues ViCAP Alerts for missing persons or unidentified persons in whose cases foul play is suspected. She is considered an endangered missing person. Boelter was born in the year 1996. At the time of her disappearance, Boelter was 18 years old. Her current age is 20 to 21 years old. Marina Pearl Boelter is a Caucasian female. She is described as 5’3″ tall and 95 to 110 pounds at the time of her disappearance.
Marina Pearl Boelter has hair that is described as blonde and shoulder-length at the time of her disappearance. It is believed that it may be dyed a reddish brown. Her eyes are blue. Boelter may wear glasses on occasion. They are not prescription glasses. Marina Pearl Boelter has tattoos. They include a star with butterfly wings on her foot. She has pierced ears. Reportedly, Boelter smokes Marlborough cigarettes. And she is right-handed.
Find Marina Pearl Boelter, Still Missing!
Marina Pearl Boelter got off work from the IGA grocery store in Bloomfield. This was around 6:00 P.M. New Year’s Eve at night. She was last seen leaving the parking lot in what witnesses describe as a 2009-2011 Silver/Gold Mercury Milan. She was last seen with a middle age white male. He is described as heavyset with glasses. Additionally, her ex boyfriend witnessed her entering the car. He was stabbed to death a few weeks following her disappearance. It is unknown if his murder is related to her disappearance. Marina did not show up for work the next day. And she missed visitation with her young son. This is out of her character and she would not go without making contact with family nor friends.
Find Missing Marina Pearl Boelter!
Marina Pearl Boelter was a young mom and a teen mom at the time of her disappearance. And she was last seen getting into a car with an unidentified male. Her former boyfriend was killed after she vanished. Boelter is missing under suspicious circumstances. And no one has faced charges yet? Her loved ones and her son have already faced three Christmases without any answers or justice. All they have are memories of her, and suspicions of what may have happened to her. That male that Boelter got into the car with, needs to be identified and questioned. He may have critical information that can bring Boelter home to her family, friends, and community.
Find Missing Marina Pearl Boelter!
How We Can Help
Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Marina Pearl Boelter? Do you have any information concerning the murder of her former boyfriend? Do you have any information concerning the unidentified, Caucasian, middle-aged, and heavy-set male Boelter got into a car with when last sen? If you have information, you can contact the Detective Brad Stille at the Indiana State Police: (812) 227-0113. You can contact the Federal Bureau of Investigation at their Indianapolis Field Office: (317) 595-4000. You can contact the anonymous family tip line at: 866-446-4672. You can contact the We Help the Missing tip line at: (866) 660- 4025. Your tips can remain anonymous.
Missing Case #: 15ISPC000094
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