A missing Georgia woman was found dead in a ravine after he sent his daughter $2,385 along with the chilling message: “They won’t let me go, I love you”mentions a report.
the body of Debbie Collier, 59was found on September 11, two days after he last left his home in Athens in a rented SUV, reported 11Alive.
His daughter, amanda beardentold police that Collier, whose car was in the shop, had left his home with only his driver’s license and a debit card, according to the news station.
satellite radio SiriusXM of the rental vehicle was traced to US 441 near Victory Home Lane, about 60 miles from Collier’s home; a team K-9 from the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office located the body of the woman nearby.
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Investigators are treating his death as a homicide, which Bearden’s missing person report says may have been the result of a kidnappingaccording to 11Alive.
The NYP mentions that the daughter, 36, told Athens Clarke County Police that Collier had suddenly sent her 2 thousand 385 to through we sellalong with the message: “They won’t let me go, I love you.”
Collier’s friends and family have refused to comment publicly on the mysterious case, according to 11Alive.
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