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Missing Delaware Woman’s Family Pleads For Help

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Nefertiri Trader,33, is described as a black female, 5'6" tall, with brown hair and brown eyes. Nefertiri Trader,33, is described as a black female, 5'6" tall, with brown hair and brown eyes.
NEW CASTLE, Del. -

A family is pleading for the public’s help in finding a woman whose been missing for 10 days.

New Castle Police are still investigating the possible abduction of Nefertiri Trader,33, from the unit block of Freedom Trail (Saddlebrook) in Castle. Police say she may have been abducted in her own car.

According to authorities, Trader was last seen on Monday, June 30th.

Her family hasn't heard a word from her since she was last seen getting a pack of cigarettes at a 7-Eleven near her home. Then, she was seen by a witness, struggling with a man wearing a hoodie on her front porch around 4 a.m. Monday. Police say the eye witness didn't come forward until concerned family members called 9-1-1 that evening to report her missing.

Investigators say her disappearance is under "suspicious circumstances."

“It’s just not like her not to call,” the missing woman’s cousin, William Trader told Fox 29. “She's got three kids and she would never be away from them for too long.

Trader is a single mother of three who works in housekeeping at Christiana Hospital.

The family gathered on the front lawn of Trader's home to make their emotional plea to the public.

"Whoever has her, have mercy, send her home with her family and friends," said Trader's Great Aunt Janice Web.

Trader was last seen being placed into her silver 2000 Acura RL with Del. tags 404-893.

Police are looking into her phone logs, searching social media sites and hunting for her car. Her family says she was last wearing pink animal print pajamas. They also say her purse, keys and phone are missing. Her credit cards and social media accounts have not been used.

New Castle Police have no new leads, but continue to investigate.

Trader is described as a black female, 5'6" tall, with brown hair and brown eyes.

If you have any information, please contact Detective B. Shahan of the New Castle County Police Department at (302) 395-8110 or via email at bshahan@nccde.org


 

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