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▣ Possible new evidence in suspected no-body murder of Tennesse mother

posted by Admin on November 11th, 2016 at 12:45 PM

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Link between missing Tenn. mom and Fla. attempted murder?

Shelley Mook, left, and Robin Doneth, right
There was no crime scene, no body, and no evidence of a crime.

All anyone could prove was that 24-year-old Shelley Mook, a young mother and middle school teacher, vanished Feb. 28, 2011 after dropping her six-year-old daughter Lilliana off at the home of her ex-husband, Tyler Mook, in Shelbyville, Tennessee.

Shelley was officially considered a missing person, but her family and friends all insisted she was dead. They argued there was no way she would leave her daughter and never return. Equally suspicious, her credit cards, phone records, and bank accounts went silent.

There is no question about where Shelley was the day she vanished. Her ex-husband, Tyler Mook, has stated under oath that he was with Shelley at his house on the afternoon she disappeared. He says they spent over an hour talking, including about a boyfriend whom Shelley told Tyler may have been cheating on her. Shelley left to do errands and, Tyler says, she promised to be back by 10 p.m. She never returned and her mother notified police when she did not show up for work.

There was one other stunning clue. Her burnt out car -- a Pontiac Grand Prix -- was found miles from her home the morning after her disappearance.

In spite of the suspicious circumstances, authorities have not altered the status of the case from a missing person case to a homicide investigation. They do consider Tyler Mook a person of interest in the disappearance.
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“I don’t think there’s any doubt a crime’s been committed. The issue now is can we gather enough information, put it together to get beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law,” Tennessee District Attorney Robert Carter told “48 Hours’” Michelle Miller. “This is a very active case. It’s being worked extremely hard.”

As hard as the case has been worked, no arrest has been made more than five years after Shelley’s disappearance.

For more: CBS News.com

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