VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. – The Critically Missing Adult Alert issued for a Virginia Beach woman on July 5 expired Wednesday.
Police say they consider the disappearance of a 39-year old mother of four to be suspicious. Her condition and whereabouts are still unknown.
Bellamy Malaki Gamboa was last seen on Sunday at her home near Diamond Springs Road, according to police.
Police describe Bellamy as an Asian woman who is 5’1″ and weighs approximately 135 pounds. She has brown eyes and black hair. She has a tattoo of a band of roses on her right arm and “Bellamy” tattooed on her right ankle.
Due to the uncharacteristic behavior of Bellamy being away from her infant children and not showing up to work, her disappearance is considered suspicious.
State Police say she is believed to have been abducted and issued a Critically Missing Adult Alert on behalf of the Virginia Beach Police Department.
Bellamy’s 2015 gold four-door Ford Focus was located on July 3, parked next to a dumpster in the 5800 block of Pickering Street.
“She needs to be home with her babies, you know,” said Tiffany Hazley, a friend. “This is just not really making a lot of sense right now.”
Hazley says it’s completely unlike Gamboa to just disappear.
“It’s not anything that she would do to jeopardize the situation where she would not be here to watch her older children grow up or her younger kids grow up,” she said.
Anyone with information regarding Bellamy’s location or information regarding her car should call Crime Solvers at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.