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Personal Information

Photo
Surname
Bradley
Given Name
Amy Lynn
Alternative Name
Photo After Aging (Age Progression)
Link to Photo (URL)
thesuitcasedetective.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/AMY-LYNN-BRADLEY.jpeg

Demographics

Date of Birth
May 12, 1974
Age
23
Age Group
20s
Gender
Female
Hair Color
Brunette
Eye Color
Green
Height (ft'in")
5'6
Height (cm)
168
Weight (lbs)
120
Weight (kg)
54.4
Ethnicity
Caucasian
Distinguishing Characteristics
Piercings (Other), Tattoo
Photo of Distinguishing Feature
Medical
Physical Abnormality
Tattoos
Tasmanian Devil spinning a Basketball on shoulder. Sun on lower back. Chinese symbol on right ankle. Gecko Lizard on her navel.
Scars & Other Marks
Piercings
Navel Piercing
Shoe Size
Nationality
United States
Languages Spoken

Disappearance

In-Depth Case Overview:
Map of Key Locations
Clothing (Key Word)
Clothing (Full Description)
Photo of Clothing or Accessories
Possessions / Accessories
Date of Disappearance
March 24, 1998
Address
Country
Netherlands
Province or State
City
Curacao
Postal Code
12345
Taken From (Location)
Cruise Ship
Circumstances
Alone, Vacation
Vehicle
License Plate
Photo of Vehicle
Suspect
Unknown
Suspect Description
Photo of Suspect
Status
Missing
Remains Were Recovered
Recovery of Remains
Latitude
12.1048
Longitude
-68.9438

Further Details

Notes
She was on a family Caribbean cruise with the Royal Caribbean International Cruise Line’s ship Rhapsody of the Seas. Bradley was last seen sleeping on the cabin balcony approximately 5:30am while the ship was en route to Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. The ship docked immediately when her disappearance was noted, but she was never found. There have been as many as three possible sightings in 1998 (Curacao), 1999 (a woman in a brothel begged for help), and 2005 (Barbados accompanied by three men threatening her). An anonymous contact emailed the family a photo of someone who might have been Amy.
See Also
Contact Agency
FBI
Contact Police (Email)
Contact Police (Phone)
(855) 835-5310
Contact Police (Local)
911
Contact Police (Website)
tips.fbi.gov/contact
Alternative Contact
Crime Stoppers: https://www.crimestoppersusa.org/programs/locate-a-program/ or ICMP: icmp@icmp.int or NCMEC: (800) 843-5678
Notice URL
www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/amy-lynn-bradley
Poster(s)
Other Photos
Case File Photos