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Cadaver Dogs Used To Search In Missing Teacher Case


SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. – Law enforcement have used a cadaver dogs to search an area behind the former home of a missing teacher's ex-husband.

24-year-old Shelley Mook has been missing since February 28, when she dropped her 6-year-old daughter off at her ex-husband's home. Her burned out car was discovered a short time later in Murfreesboro.

Authorities said they didn't find anything and hadn't gotten a tip, but just wanted to be sure nothing was out there.

TBI agents had already served a search warrant at the ex-husband's home and had not found anything. Sources said that the ex-husband's family is not cooperating with the investigation.

A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to Mook's recovery.

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