Update: The show was very informative. If you missed it, try catching a rerun.
Investigation Discovery will broadcast a show Monday evening on missing Ashburn mother Bethany Ann Decker, a student at George Mason University who has been missing since January 2011.
The Soldier's Wife, part of the "Disappeared" series, airs at 10 p.m. Monday evening, Nov. 26. The episode will touch on the events surrounding Decker's disappearance last year.
Decker, 21 at the time of her disappearance, was five months pregnant when she was last seen on Jan. 29, 2011, at the apartment she was planning to move out of. She had just returned a few weeks earlier from a trip with her estranged husband (a soldier in the National Guard) and child (who is now three years old). She lived in Ashburn with Ronald Roldan, of Centreville, who investigators said is the last known person to have seen Decker. She vanished seemingly without a trace: there has been no activity on her bank accounts, cell phone or email. Investigators said that she did not leave the country.
On Feb. 19, 2011, her grandparents found her car at the apartment, and reported her missing. Authorities have not identified a suspect or a crime related to Decker.
For more on the case, read these previous Patch articles:
- Missing Ashburn Mom's Family Still Searching
- Ashburn Mother Bethany Decker Remains Missing One Year Later
- Search Continues for Missing Woman
- Four Months Later, Ashburn Woman Still Missing
- Attorney for Missing Woman's Boyfriend Speaks
- Deputies Search Terrain Near Bethany Decker's Apartment
- Items Seized in Decker Case, But No Susupects Named
- More Details in Bethany Decker's Case Revealed, Sought
Anyone with information on the case may call Loudoun County Crime Solvers at 703-777-1919.