George Mason University student Bethany Decker has been missing since Feb. 19.

Investigators have named both the husband of missing George Mason University student Bethany Decker and a man who was living with Decker at the time of her disappearance as persons of interest in the case.

Decker’s husband, Emile Decker, has returned to the United States from his deployment in Afghanistan and is cooperating with the investigation, according to the Facebook page for the Loudon County Sheriff’s Department. The man Decker was living with, Ronald Roldan, is also assisting in the investigation.

Decker, who is now five to six months pregnant, was reportedly last seen by Roldan at her apartment in Ashburn on Jan. 29. Investigators have found no evidence of foul play, though additional searches are planned, according to the Facebook page.

Investigators have confiscated cell phones and computers via search warrants, and forensic investigators are checking the electronics for any information. The results of their investigation are not yet ready for release.

Decker, who was reported missing on Feb. 19, has attracted national attention on programs such as Nancy Grace and NBC Washington. Someone claiming to be Decker appeared on Decker’s Facebook profile sometime after her disappearance, though the identity of the person could not be verified.

Investigators have said that Decker has not left the country and that there has been no activity on her bank accounts, cell phone or e-mail.

Anyone who has any information on Decker is encouraged to call investigators at 703-777-1919.