Fox News reports a very sad ending to the story of a missing woman in Georgia.
The woman, Debbie Collier, 59, reportedly left her home in Athens, Georgia, in a rental car on Sept. 10, according to 11Alive.
Her daughter, Amanda Bearden, told police that her mother left home with only her driver’s license and a debit card and that she was driving a rented SUV because her car was in the shop, according to the news station.
Police tracked the rented vehicle’s SiriusXM satellite radio to U.S. 441, about 60 miles from Collier’s home.
The Habersham County Sheriff’s Office coordinated a search, which included a K-9 team, and located Collier’s body.
On Monday, authorities disclosed that Debbie Collier wired her daughter money and sent a chilling text message, the New York Post reports.
“They are not going to let me go, love you,” Debbie wrote to her daughter Amanda. The message reportedly noted that $2,385 was sent via Venmo.
Investigators consider Collier’s death a homicide and possible kidnapping.
This is a developing story.
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