Holly Bobo was abducted from her home by a man wearing camouflage Wednesday morning.
PARSONS, Tenn.- Family and friends continue their search for a missing nursing student from west Tennessee.
A TBI spokesperson confirmed on Saturday, the search for a missing college co-ed is just that: a search; not a recovery effort, at least not yet.
Even though it's the weekend, some 900 volunteers showed up Saturday morning to help in the four-county search for Holly Bobo, 20, of Decatur County. Even the cash reward, of more than $25,000 now, is pulled together entirely by members of the community.
The search will resume at first light of day Sunday, and TBI spokeswoman Kristin Helm confirmed to NewsChannel 5 that an undisclosed amount of blood was, in fact, found at the crime scene Wednesday morning. She said that blood sample is currently undergoing DNA sampling, to confirm whose blood it is. Helm also said both Holly Bobo's brother, Clint, and her boyfriend have been officially cleared as suspects.
Holly Bobo was abducted from her home by a man wearing camouflage Wednesday morning. The searchers returned Saturday morning looking for signs of the 20-year-old a day after finding her lunchbox.
Her brother last saw her Wednesday morning walking into the woods with an unknown man. The TBI does not believe she went willingly.