Robyn Gardner, Maryland Woman, Missing from Same Aruba Town as Natalee Holloway

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A 35-year-old Maryland woman has disappeared from Oranjestad, Aruba, the same resort town where Natalee Holloway went missing in May 2005.



A 35-year-old Maryland woman has disappeared from Oranjestad, Aruba, the same resort town where Natalee Holloway went missing in May 2005.


Fox News reports that Robyn Gardner has not been seen since she went snorkeling with Gary Giordano last week.

According to NBC Washington, Gardner told Forester that she was traveling with her family to Florida, and instead went to Aruba with Giordano. Giordano is now in custody in Aruba.

Giordano has told investigators that Gardner simply did not return to shore. Yet Richard Forester, Gardner's boyfriend, says he doesn't find the story believable. According to Fox, Giordano has changed his story several times.

Forester told Fox, "I want to let people know this is going on. She's been missing six days, and every day she's gone raises fear that she won't be coming back."
Gardner was staying at the Marriott's Renaissance Aruba Resort & Casino according to the Natalee Holloway Resource Center, which helps families locate missing loved ones immediately after they disappear. Gardner, a petite blond with distinctive tattoos, has been missing for nearly a week.

Joran van der Sloot, the man widely believed to have killed Holloway, is currently in a Peruvian prison. He was convicted last year of killing a woman on the fifth anniversary of Holloway's disappearance. Holloway is still listed, along with six others, as missing people on Aruba's official tourism website.

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