Tennessee woman disappears in Nashville as she misses start of new job, service dog left home alone: report

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The loved ones of a missing Tennessee woman say the circumstances of her disappearance are suspicious and are appealing for clues.

Emily Bradley, 44, was last seen driving a silver 2014 Chevrolet Cruze in the area of ​​Dickerson Pike and Hart Lane in east Nashville. WKRN reported.

“No one has seen or heard from her since. We were in constant contact throughout her life,” Bradley’s father, Nick Bradley, told the magazine. “It’s not good to feel sick and cry.”

Investigators with the Nashville Metro Police Department told FOX News Digital that a license plate reader detected two collisions with Bradley’s car near Hendersonville on February 21, but no one knew who was driving it. He said it is unclear. The car was picked up while traveling outside the city. Hendersonville Police told WKRN they are searching the vehicle.

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Emily Bradley, 44, was last seen on February 18, according to police in Nashville, Tennessee. Her cellphone has since been turned off, and her Florida license plate was captured by a reader on February 21 near Hendersonville, Tennessee, police said. (Emily Bradley/Facebook)

Police also said that Bradley’s cell phone was turned off on February 18th and has not been turned on again since then.

Nick Bradley traveled hundreds of miles from Florida to post fliers about his daughter in the areas where she went missing.

“It’s pretty intense. It’s pretty bad,” the elder Bradley told WKRN. “We don’t know what happened, but we think something bad happened.”

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“Emily is a ray of light. She loves music, she dances, she’s a little monk who spins around. She’s just a sweet little spirit,” Judy Rose, a longtime family friend, told WKRN. (Emily Bradley/Facebook)

Jaiya Wendall, who told the outlet that Bradley was her “platonic life partner,” said her friend “never went five days without contact.” [her.]”

Wendall said her 44-year-old girlfriend never showed up for her first day at her new job.

“For her to not get a phone call or a call on her first day of work is something she’s never done or will ever do,” Wendall said. “Everything in my core tells me something is wrong.”

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On February 21st, a license plate reader examined the Florida license plate on Emily Bradley’s 2014 Chevrolet Cruze (pictured). Police said it was unclear who was driving the car. (offered)

Judy Rose, a longtime family friend, said Bradley’s beloved service dog Bob Johnson was left alone at the missing woman’s home in Barnes.

“Anyone who looks at Emily can tell there’s Bob Johnson with her,” Rose told WKRN. “This has been her service animal for about 23 years. She would never leave Bob Johnson confined to her home without her caregiver.”

“All we know is that deep down, something is wrong,” Rose said. “It looks like there was some foul play, an accident, but we need answers and we need to locate her car. We need to locate Emily.”

Emily Bradley's dog Bob Johnson

Emily Bradley’s beloved service dog Bob Johnson was left alone at her home in Barnes without a pet sitter, friends said. “Anyone who looks at Emily can tell she has Bob Johnson with her,” her friend told WKRN. (Emily Bradley/Facebook)

Rose said the woman’s “huge community of friends” mobilized to post flyers and spread awareness about her disappearance on social media.

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Rose said Bradley’s mother, who lives in Florida, is “critically ill” and that the 44-year-old “doesn’t want her to go through this kind of suffering that we go through every hour of every day.” he added.



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