This double missing not is in Namus!

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Catherine Romer and her husband Charles disappeared shortly after checking into the Holiday Inn located along I-95 and U.S. 341 in Brunswick, Georgia. The couple was traveling from their winter home in Miami, Florida to their home in Scarsdale, New York; in their custom black 2-door 1978 Lincoln Continental with New York license plate "CRR-CBR." The car has never been located.

The couple checked into the hotel on Tuesday, April 8, 1980 at 3:51 p.m. They took their belongings to their room. Around 5 p.m. that evening an officer with the Georgia Highway Patrol recalled seeing the couple's car south of Brunswick parked near a group of restaurants. On Friday, April 11th, hotel management notified police that the couple's room had not appeared occupied since they had initially checked in. While searching the room, investigators noted that the last complete entry of Charles' diary was April 7th and that it indicated that the couple planned to be back in New York on April 10th. Mr. Romer was described as "extremely meticulous and unlikely to have deviated from his plan."
A massive search was conducted of back roads and swamps. Helicopters and divers were used but no clues as to the whereabouts of the couple or their car was ever found. Investigators checked restaurants and service stations along 120 miles of interstate between the Florida state line and Savannah. Charles' sons hired a private investigator to facilitate the search. Two theories were formed. One was that the couple was victims of robbery and foul play. The other was that they ran off the road into the swamp, which is quick sand in some areas. Some men fishing near Jekyll Island reported seeing a couple matching the Romers' description. Investigators doubt that it was the Romers due to the timeframe of the sighting.

Charles Romer's sons made annual trips to Georgia to keep the case active. A diver from the initial search continues to search for the Romers and their car. Catherine was declared legally dead in 1985.Investigating Agency(s)

If you have any information about this case please contact;
Agency Name: Glynn County Police Department
Agency Contact Person: Captain Marissa Tindale
Agency Phone Number: 912-554-7802

Agency Case Number: 80-04-01449
NCIC Case Number: N/A
NamUs Case Number: Not ListedPlease refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.
Information Source(s)

The New York Times (4/20/80; 4/19/81; 10/9/85)
Florida Times Union (12/28/03)
Great Southern Mysteries by E. Randall Floyd