ATLANTA — Craigslist, the popular online classified ad marketplace, has removed the name of a Georgia woman who has been missing for several weeks.
The name of the woman, who has not been identified, was removed on Wednesday.
The online ad-hoc classifieds marketplace was not immediately available for comment.
Craigsville resident Jennifer Schafer, 28, has been gone for at least a month.
She was last seen in the town of Hagerstown, Ga., about 20 miles northeast of Atlanta, about 4 p.m. on Feb. 2.
She was wearing a blue and white coat, black pants and gray sweatpants.
A person who answered the phone at her home on Friday told ABC News the woman had recently graduated from high school and is living with her parents in a house near her family’s home in the Atlanta suburb of Glynn.
The caller did not know how long the woman has been living in Georgia.
Schafer, a member of the Cherokee-American Cultural and Technical College, was last in Savannah, Ga. on Dec. 18.
She went on vacation with her husband, Ryan, and his family to Mexico City, Mexico, in January.
Her husband is a former Navy SEAL and a U.S. Marine Corps reservist, according to family and friends.
Ryan Schafer and his wife, Jennifer, have been living on a farm in Glynn with their two children, a 9-year-old son and a 2-year old daughter.
Ryan and his partner, Sarah, had moved from Atlanta to Glynn a year ago.