For those familiar with Carrie Bradshaw-Crowther's missing person's case, the disappearance of the pregnant 49-year-old was already a humdinger.
But now, two days after she was found 90 miles from home, her family has revealed that the North Carolina resident, who vanished on the day of her scheduled C-section, is no longer expecting.
Bradshaw-Crowther's brother, Drew Bradshaw, revealed on Facebook Tuesday night, "While it is unfortunate, we no longer expect a new addition to our family and ask for your continued prayers."
Bradshaw-Crowther was spotted on a convenience store's security camera. (Photo Credit: Salisbury Police Department)
He added, "We respect the HIPPA laws and we feel that releasing any more information should be in Carrie’s discretion after she has the opportunity to heal.”
It is still unknown at this time how the baby was lost.
On June 2, the brunette's sudden disappearance launched a massive search with all involved concerned that she would go into labor and pass away without proper medical care.
Bradshaw-Crowther's vehicle was also spotted on a security camera. (Photo Credit: Salisbury Police Department)
Her daughter, Lauren Lusk, who had gone out to get gas, found the house empty when she returned. "When I got back, she was gone. The lights in the house were off, the door was unlocked," Lusk told NBC News. The child's father had not heard from her either, WSOC-TV reported.
Six days after she went missing, police tracked Bradshaw-Crowther to Boone, N.C., after she used her ATM card at a local CVS. According to a Watauga County sheriff, she said, "I am Carrie," when he approached her.
Bradshaw-Crowther, who is currently hospitalized, was said to be nervous about the delivery because she suffers from a severe form of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, according to the NY Daily News.
This can lead to dangerous breakages in a person's blood vessels, uterus or intestines.
(Photo Credit: WSOC Charlotte)
In his statement on Facebook, Bradshaw thanked police, hospital staff and the thousands of volunteers who helped search for his sister.
“The compassion shown by so many people, many who do not know Carrie, is the same compassion we know Carrie shows to others daily,” he wrote. "Our hearts are now with the many missing persons who are still unaccounted for."
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