Holly Bobo: Search continues on Sunday

Holly Bobo

As you know much misinformation has been floating around in the Holly Bobo case. 

Reports that her mother was home, to she was not home during her disappearance, from her cell phone being found in a car, to it was not found in a car, from blood found in the carport, to it may not be her blood.  The only thing that has seemed to stick, is the while lunch box found near the creek.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) held a news conference Saturday afternoon saying that they are still searching and consider it a rescue effort. 

John Mehr, S/A for the TBI won’t talk about the blood that was found in the car port, saying the agency won’t comment and fuel the “rumor mill.” 

The TBI released a media statement that said:

 Parsons, Tenn. – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation with the assistance of multiple local, state and federal law enforcement agencies continued through last night and today searching for 20-Year-old Holly Bobo. She has been missing for four days.
Hundreds of volunteers have come out to assist in the physical search,, which has expanded into parts of Henry, Carroll, Benton and Decatur Counties, for clues of evidence of her whereabouts. Search dogs and helicopters have all been used in the search. Some of Holly’s personal belongings were found on a roadside Thursday night. Her brother last saw her with a man in camouflage clothing as she was leaving for school Wednesday morning. Holly was last seen wearing a pink shirt and light blue jeans. She’s 5’3” and weighs 110 lbs. Anyone with information of her whereabouts is urged to call the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

The search will continue Sunday morning.

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