A few things highlighted by JB in the above article can also be viewed in different ways. Anina was familiar with the area where her car was found and thought it a beautiful part of the country. She had apparently gone into work and left her wallet behind. Not too long ago there was an internet site with a list of things people should think about before committing suicide. One important point when disappearing was not to do it in such a way that suspicion would be cast on an innocent party. Such as a spouse or room mate. Leaving id wallet etc behind was suggested but not where it would make it appear anyone there was involved in some sort of malicious event. A suicide note was also strongly recommended.
Both the chosen location of the vehicle and leaving personal items at work instead of home could be viewed as the actions of a responsible person intent on the unthinkable. If there was a suicide note found would we be told? Does the public have any Right to know? This would also explain the manner the Police are treating the disappearance.
Hundsdoerfer’s roommate, Caroline Hendley, is the driving force behind the Help Us Find Anina campaign. Hendley, who has known Hundsdoerfer for six years and lived with her for two, reported her missing.
It would be the proper thing to do not to implicate the roomate if this was Anina's chosen course of action.