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Family Clamors for Leads as Tennessee Woman Disappears in Nashville

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Source: WSMV

Relatives of a missing Tennessee woman are seeking information, asserting that the circumstances surrounding her disappearance are suspicious. Emily Bradley, aged 44, was last observed operating her silver 2014 Chevrolet Cruze around Dickerson Pike and Hart Lane in East Nashville on February 18, WKRN conveyed.

“Nobody has seen or heard from her since, and we were in constant contact throughout her whole life,” conveyed Bradley’s father, Nick Bradley. “You have fits of tears because you are not feeling good about it. It’s just not good.”

“I’m worried she’s missing and in danger,” Emily’s friend Brady Baggett said. Bradley’s friends have focused their attention on the area of Dickerson Pike. They say her car was last spotted in the area.

Detectives with the Metro Nashville Police Department informed Fox News Digital that a license plate reader registered two sightings of Bradley’s vehicle in nearby Hendersonville on February 21, but the driver’s identity was indistinct.

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The car was recorded while traversing in, however, out of the city. Hendersonville Police disclosed to WKRN that they have been actively searching for the vehicle. Nashville police said she was in a silver 2014 Chevrolet Cruze with Florida tag 086PML.

The vehicle has a noticeable dent on the trunk. Bradley is described as 5’2″ tall and 125 pounds with blue eyes. The department further disclosed that Bradley’s phone had been switched off on February 18 and had remained off since.

Nick Bradley traveled hundreds of miles from Florida to distribute flyers of his daughter around where she was last seen. “It’s pretty intense. It’s intensely terrible,” remarked the elder Bradley. “We don’t know what happened, but we think something bad has happened.”

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Jaiya Wendall, who described Bradley as her “platonic life partner,” remarked that her friend has “never gone five days without speaking to [her].” Wendall noted that the 44-year-old failed to appear for her first day at her new job.

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“For her to no call, no show on her first day of a job is absolutely not anything she’s ever done or would do for that matter,” expressed Wendall. “Everything in my core says that there’s something off.”

Judy Rose, a long-standing family friend, stated that Bradley’s cherished service dog, Bob Johnson, was left unattended at the missing woman’s residence in Burns.

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“Everybody knows when they see Emily, there’s Bob Johnson with her,” relayed Rose. “That’s her service animal of about 23 years. She would never leave Bob Johnson locked up in her home with no caregivers lined up.”

“We just know, we know in our heart of hearts that something is off,” Rose continued. “There has been some kind of foul play, an accident, who knows, but we just need answers, and we need to locate her vehicle. We need to locate Emily.”

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Acquaintances assert that Emily Bradley’s cherished service dog, Bob Johnson, remained alone at her Burns residence without a pet sitter lined up. “Everybody knows when they see Emily, there’s Bob Johnson with her,” a friend relayed to WKRN.

The woman’s “huge community of friends” has rallied to post flyers and raise awareness of her disappearance on social media, Rose affirmed.

Additionally, Rose mentioned that Bradley’s mother in Florida is “very ill,” and that the 44-year-old “would not let her mother go through this kind of agony that we’ve been going through every day, every hour.”

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