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New Video Released In Kidnap-Slaying Case

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NASHVILLE, Tenn.- New video has been released of the man suspected of killing a Tennessee mom and her oldest daughter and kidnapping her other two children.

The video was released by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Tuesday afternoon. The video showed suspect Adam Mayes stopping at a convenience store in Union County, Mississippi, just three days after Jo Ann Bain and her three daughters disappeared.

In the video, Mayes appears calm, even joking with the clerk about his new haircut. Agents said he cut his hair and likely the girls' hair to hide their identities.

On Tuesday, Mayes' ex-wife and mother were also charged in the abduction. Teresa Mayes and Mary Mayes were arraigned on kidnapping and conspiracy to commit kidnapping charges, respectively.

According to an affidavit, Teresa Mayes drove the mom and three girls from Hardeman County, Tennessee to Guntown, Mississippi. That's where the bodies of Jo Ann and oldest daughter Adrienne Bain were found. The two youngest girls, Kyliyah and Alexandria are believed to be alive and still with Mayes.

If you have any information about the girls call 1-800-TBI-FIND.

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