Spring woman who went missing day of wedding anniversary sought

Husband: Doctors treated wife for mental health issues last year, seemed better recently

By Syan Rhodes - Anchor/Reporter

SPRING, Texas - Harris County sheriff's investigators are searching for a missing mother and wife from Spring.

Samantha Wynn, 45, disappeared Aug. 12 -- the day of her 19th wedding anniversary.

"I love my wife and I don't know what happened," Bruce Wynn said.

Bruce Wynn said Samantha Wynn left the house just before noon Tuesday to drop off their teenage daughter at her job at a shopping plaza on Spring Cypress Road.

Bruce Wynn said his wife didn't come home all day and did not return phone calls or text messages. He became more worried when she didn't pick up their daughter at 7 p.m. that night like she was supposed to.

"I feel like someone's taken her," Bruce Wynn told Local 2.

He said doctors treated his wife for mental health issues last year, but that she seemed better recently. Wynn said the couple had ups and downs in their marriage, but he does not believe that she wanted to leave him.

"She's never done this before, I've been with her for over 20 years and she never disappeared, I don't care how bad the argument was, she'd never just leave overnight," said Bruce Wynn.

Bruce Wynn is posting fliers around Spring and on social media to raise awareness. He also hopes parking lot surveillance cameras recorded clues detectives can use to bring his wife home.

Investigators told Local 2 at this point in the case they do not believe foul play is involved.

If you know anything about Samantha Wynn's disappearance, call Crimestoppers at 713-222-8477.

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