Teacher, mother of 3 missing for days in NYC

Jeanine Cammarata, 37, works as a substitute public school teacher on Staten Island, but she didn't show up to her job on Monday morning, sparking concerns from friends.
1:26 | 04/03/19

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Now out of a desperate search for missing mother and teacher on Staten Island officials say she hasn't shown up for work all week. Eyewitness News reporter Candice McAllen live outside PS one night with the details Candice good morning. Kim good morning just got the phone police say say that this is not suspicious but they are investigating. The printed Ginny hammer out a they became really concerned when she didn't show up for work this week. At PS2 not where she works here. As they substitute teacher in a police release. A picture 37 year old Ginny camera Rodham mother of three that has not been seen since Saturday when she left her boyfriend's house she told her boyfriend she was going to see her kids at her estranged husband's home in Queens a boyfriend reported her missing. Yesterday after she didn't show up for work at the school or at her second job at a dollar tree just didn't show up for a custody hearing in court this week. And her friends they just want to hear from. I just. Who. So this is just not like courage she's the oldest friend. Like my mother is destroyed. Well another reason camera his friends are concerned Eric these eerie text from someone claiming to beat you mean the day after she disappeared the message is said not to call the police and that I have to do this for the children a police also say that another frank got a text and it means saying that she just. Wanted to get away and investigators they also just want to hear from the mother. To hear that she is okay life here on that Nile this morning cancer catch him seven. Eyewitness News.

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