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Holly Marie Bruce

Postby juliachaos » Jan 09 2012 12:27 pm

Holly Marie Bruce, 25, missing. Possibly in the Fossil Creek area or Northern AZ areas. She drives a grey Jeep Wrangler, plate B5XYW.

Any information, call Phoenix PD missing persons unit at 602-534-2121, 602-262-6141, or email at phoenix.tips.ppd@phoenix.gov
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Re: Holly Marie Bruce

Postby chumley » Jan 09 2012 1:22 pm

Speculation on this case is very grim. Years ago her father committed suicide in the forest of Colorado, and she is known to have purchased a handgun the day she was last seen. She was also involved in a vehicle collision recently that resulted in the death of a pedestrian for which she felt responsible (according to media reports). Let's hope she is found soon, and safe.
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Re: Holly Marie Bruce

Postby juliachaos » Jan 09 2012 1:41 pm

Wow.. how awful :( yes I hope she is found safe and sound.

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Re: Holly Marie Bruce

Postby Al_HikesAZ » Jan 09 2012 2:10 pm

HEADS UP - The article mentions a large search area - from Four Peaks to Fossil Creek. I guess the first objective is finding the Jeep to at least narrow the search area.

Missing Phoenix woman's sister issues plea, 'Please come home'
As police and volunteer searchers scoured central Arizona on Monday for Holly Bruce, her sister issued a plea:

"Holly, you are so incredibly important,'' said the missing woman's sister, Ashley Bruce, 26, of Scottsdale. "You are loved and you are my best friend and I need you in my life. Please come home."

Police and volunteers have been searching for several days for Holly, 25, who went missing Wednesday and is believed to be...
Read more: http://www.azcentral.com/community/phoe ... z1iztx6Cch
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Re: Holly Marie Bruce

Postby Outdoor Lover » Jan 09 2012 2:22 pm

Wow, that's awful. They maybe should also think about looking in Colorado where her father was. Sometimes depressed people think that way....
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Re: Holly Marie Bruce

Postby Alston Neal » Jan 10 2012 10:10 am

AZFJ posted this picture of the Jeep she owns. I hope things turn out for the best.
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Re: Holly Marie Bruce

Postby Trishness » Jan 10 2012 7:21 pm

This is very upsetting. I hope they find her soon. Alive.
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Re: Holly Marie Bruce

Postby chumley » Apr 03 2012 3:40 pm

Sad end to this one.
Holly Marie Bruce, 25, went missing Jan. 4 and was feared to be suicidal....

The Jeep and the body were found Monday morning in a desert area near Sunflower in the Tonto National Forest, officials from the Sheriff's Office said.

There was a handgun found near the body, officials from the Sheriff's Office said.

The cause of death has not been disclosed, according to the Sheriff's Office.

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