The search continues for Erin Corwin, the pregnant Marine wife who went missing last month, with dozens of personnel involved in scouring the desert for the 19-year-old woman, sheriff’s officials said.
The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said around 60 Volunteers covered more than 200 square miles of remote desert last weekend, but reported no sign of Corwin.
Search crews included teams from San Bernardino, Los Angeles and Kern County Sheriff's Department. San Bernardino County Sheriff's air support also assisted in the search, officials said.
Corwin, a Tennessee native, was last seen leaving her home in Twentynine Palms on June 28 bound for Joshua Tree National Forest, said the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department.
Officials said her husband, a corporal in the marine corps, reported her missing one day later.
Her blue 2013 Toyota Corolla was found in Twentynine Palms two days after her disappearance.
Sheriff’s officials said the search and investigation is being centered in Twentynine Palms and Joshua Tree National Park.
Corwin is described as 5-foot-2 and 120 pounds with light brown hair and blue eyes. She is three months pregnant.
Any information regarding the whereabouts of Erin Corwin can be shared through the Specialized Investigation Division (909) 387-3589 or dispatch at (909) 387-8313. Those who wish to remain anonymous can contact the We-Tip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME (27463) or go to www.wetip.com.