Find Missing Hattie Gertrude Brown!

Find Missing Hattie Gertrude Brown!

Find Missing Hattie Gertrude Brown!
She had dropped her adult nephew off at a gas station.
She and her car were caught on security camera.
Her cousin made it safely to his destination.
But Hattie was never seen again.
That was over nine years ago.
Where is Hattie Gertrude Brown?

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Details

Find Missing Hattie Gertrude Brown! Hattie Gertrude Brown has been missing since May 16, 2009. She is missing from Halifax County, Virginia. Hattie Gertrude Brown is classified as an endangered missing person. Her year of birth is 1960. At the time of her disappearance, Hattie was 48 years old. Her current age is 57 years old. Hattie Gertrude Brown is an African-American female. Her hair is brown and her eyes are brown. She is described as 5’4″ tall and 155 pounds. Hattie has a scar on her abdomen. Her ears are pierced. When she was last seen, Hattie was wearing a sleeveless top and pants with side stripes.

Hattie Gertrude Brown requires critical medication for unspecified reasons. She doesn’t have her medicine with her.

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Circumstances

Hattie Gertrude Brown picked her adult nephew, Derek Edward Brown, up at a Sheetz gas station. It was located at the intersection of Route 501 and Route 58 in Halifax County, Virginia on May 16, 2009. She and her vehicle, a brown 2003 Volkswagen Jetta with the Virginia license plate number DV 20505, were captured on the station’s security camera at 2:33 a.m.

Hattie Gertrude Brown dropped Derek off at a party. And she was last seen idling in her car outside. Derek made it home safely, but his aunt has never been heard from again.

In July, two months after Hattie’s disappearance, her car was found abandoned. It was also and burned on a farm in southeastern Halifax County. It had been completely destroyed by the fire. And it looked as if it had been parked at the location for a long time. Authorities said the farm was abandoned, which suggested a local person was involved in Hattie’s disappearance, since a local would be aware that it would be a safe place to leave her car where it wouldn’t be found for some time.

After the vehicle’s discovery, police publicly named Derek as a suspect in his aunt’s disappearance. He hasn’t been charged with any wrongdoing in connection with it, however. Derek has a prior criminal record for breaking and entering, destroying property and possession of burglary tools.

Hattie Gertrude Brown’s family stated they didn’t believe she left of her own accord. For this is uncharacteristic of her behavior. She left her purse and medication behind. She also left behind her cherished pet Chihuahua, when she vanished. And none of her accounts have been touched.

Hattie Gertrude Brown is an Army veteran who participated in Operation Desert Storm. She retired in 1998, with the rank of sergeant. She has eleven siblings, several of whom have died in the years since her disappearance. Her case remains unsolved.

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Appeal

Hattie Gertrude Brown has been missing for over nine years. Her loved ones have kept her case alive all these years. According to the website set up for her, Hattie is not only a veteran but was the only woman in her unit at the time. Apparently she has no husband or children to keep her case going. Some of her siblings tragically died without any answers. But Hattie’s surviving siblings have been keeping her case alive. Hattie is a missing veteran. She and her family have served the United States in a military capacity. Our service to them is to generate tips and leads that can help bring Hattie home.

Someone (s) knows something! Do you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Hattie Gertrude Brown? Do you have any information concerning the person (s) responsible for her disappearance?

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Hattie Gertrude Brown is asked to contact the Appomattox Division of the Virginia State Police. You may call toll-free in Virginia at 1-800-552-0962. You may call at (454) 352-7128. The state police also may be contacted by email at Troy.LaRue@vsp.virginia.gov. You may call the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office at: (434) 476-3334.

Hattie Gertrude Brown has a NamUs profile. Click here to view it.
This is a video appeal for Hattie Gertrude Brown. Click here to view it.
This is an article about the siblings of Hattie Gertrude Brown as they search for her. It was written after her sixthe annual missing date. Click here and learn more.
Find Our Missing Hattie Brown is a website devoted to her. Click here to visit the site.
Hattie Gertrude Brown has a Missing Veterans profile. Click here to view it.
The above information is found on Hattie Gertrude Brown’s Charley Project Page. I have adapted and remixed it. It is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial 4.0 International License.
The above image is courtesy of Our Missing Hearts, Inc.

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