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ST. CROIX WOMAN REPORTED MISSING

Aug. 7, 2002 – Police were seeking on Wednesday to determine the whereabouts of a 26-year-old St. Croix woman who failed to return home early Monday morning after leaving the Divi Carina Bay Casino, where she is employed as a card dealer.
Police said the woman's mother, with whom she lives, reported her missing about 12:30 a.m. Monday.
Deputy Police Chief Angel Santos said Chamonie Miller was last seen by co-workers when she dropped them at their home at Coakley Bay before 1 a.m.
Miller's mother told police her daughter's work shift began at 4 p.m.
Wednesday's edition of The Daily News carried a Divi ad showing Miller, who dealt John Holdeman a winning hand of $5,859 in Caribbean Stud Poker on July 31, 2002.
Police described Miller, the mother of three, as African American with reddish-brown complexion and light brown eyes, 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighing about 170 pounds.
Police put out an all-points bulletin for her black four-door 2002 Ford Explorer, license plate CBP-563.
As of Wednesday afternoon, police had not released any further information. Investigators have urged anyone with information to call 911, 778-2211, or 778-4950.

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