#MISSING: Sapphire Wiggins, 23 - Atlantic City, NEW JERSEY (fear of foul play - boyfriend found deceased)

The disappearance of a South Jersey woman and the apparent suicide of her boyfriend have sparked fears from police and the community that foul play was involved.
Sapphire Wiggins, 23, of Atlantic City was reported missing Sunday. Her sister told police she had not heard from her since last Wednesday. According to police, Wiggins' car is still parked outside her apartment on North New York Avenue and several attempts to reach her on her cellphone have been unsuccessful.

Wiggins' boyfriend, 50-year-old Kevin Shelton, was found dead in Runnemede, Camden County Saturday after committing suicide, according to investigators.
Sources told NBC10 investigators are trying to determine if there's a connection between Shelton's death and Wiggins' disappearance. The Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office is also assisting in the investigation.

Wiggins is described as a black female standing 5-foot-1 and weighing 110 pounds. She also has several tattoos, including an "S" on her left wrist, a picture of a puzzle on her right wrist, the name "Jamil" on her chest and a "K" for Kevin on her ring finger.

If you have any information on Wiggins' whereabouts, please call the Atlantic City Police Department at (609) 347-5766, or text anonymously to TIP411, beginning with the text "ACPD."

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