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TBI seeks Mook in Franklin County

Thursday, September 6, 2012

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and other law enforcement agencies were searching areas of Franklin County today for clues in the disappearence of Shelbyville teacher Shelley Mook.

The ground search was based from a command post at the CSX railroad yard in Cowan, TBI spokesperson Kristin Helm said this morning.

Mook's burned car was found Feb. 28, 2011 near Murfreesboro. She hasn't been seen since earlier that afternoon, when she dropped off her daughter at her ex-husband's home en route to Murfreesboro.

A $20,000 reward remains in effect for information in the case. Call the Bedford County Sheriff's Department, (931) 684-3232, or the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, (800) TBI-FIND.