Is it still a Missing Person case, or is it time for the police to say "Foul play is likely"?
Beth Bentley, 41, has been missing since the third week of May. There seem to be plenty of "persons of interest", but the police have never named even one. That's the term police use, when they aren't ready to call someone a suspect and have to read him his rights.
Received an email from someone today using the sender name of firstname.lastname@example.org. I suspected immediately, of course, that this person is not associated with the CUE Center for Missing Persons, which is a national organization headquartered in North Carolina. Personally, I object to an individual's creating the appearance of an affiliation with an organization, when none likely exists.
That sender included a direction to the new "official" Beth Bentley blog, which now includes a plea for tips to be sent to it for forwarding to police. It is better for you to provide your tips directly to police. If you also want to inform search organizations, why not? But send tips directly to police first.
That "Linda" claims to be an "internet project manager/caseworker" and lists the website for the CUE Center below her title. This might cause recipients to believe she is affiliated with the CUE Center, but note that she does not directly so claim. If she were with the CUE Center, my guess is that she would have a CUE domain for her email address.