20 year old Holly Bobo has been missing since the morning of April 13, 2011 when she was seen by her brother walking off into the woods with a man dressed in camouflage. Originally Holly’s brother thought that his sister was with her boyfriend, only to learn later that was not the case.
According to reports a small amount of blood which is being tested was found outside the home of Holly Bobo. Search crews said they found a lunchbox that belongs to 20-year old Holly Bobo. Also, duct tape with blond hair on it; however, police won’t say if it’s related to the case.
Police said they found Bobo’s white lunch box by a creek about eight miles from her home. Authorities also said searchers found some other items belonging to Bobo, but didn’t specify what the items were
The TBI has stated that they have received over 250 tips with regards to the missing 20 year old nursing home student Holly Bobo. The searches Sunday consisted of a massive search in West Tennessee has parties combing through Natchez Trace State Park (map).
At least 3 command centers, hundreds of law enforcement, and over 600 volunteers are said to be involved in this escalated search effort. The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office is also assisting.
Authorities tell Channel 4 that volunteers were called back to the local fairgrounds after investigators discovered “new areas of interest.”
TBI officials said they are checking into 250 leads in Bobo’s disappearance. As far as new evidence goes, investigators said they are examining every piece recovered by volunteer searchers. Officials also asked residents to think back to last Wednesday and report anything unusual that they can recall from that day. Specifically, the TBI said they are asking citizens to try to remember if anyone missed work or appointments that day, or may have excessively cleaned a car or ATV.
Authorities tell Channel 4 that volunteers were called back to the local fairgrounds after investigators discovered “new areas of interest.” One of those new areas is Natchez Trace State Park. At least 350 people were combing that area alone.
TBi: We have teams in Natchez Trace State Park
6 minutes ago via web
TBI: We are looking with someone with unusual behavior with a vehicle over the past few days, excessive washing, cleaning, possibly selling
TBI: Do you remember someone with unusual behavior involving an ATV or other vehicle
7 minutes ago via web
Anyone with information on Bobo’s whereabouts is urged to contact the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.
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