Weather to Affect Search for Missing Woman
PARSONS, Tenn. (AP) - A sheriff says bad weather moving through western Tennessee will affect the search for a woman who was last seen being dragged away by a man in camouflage. Speaking Friday on NBC's "Today" show, Decatur County Sheriff Roy Wyatt said there are forecasts of hail, wind and possibly tornadoes in the area. He said searchers would wait and see how that will affect efforts to find 20-year-old Holly Bobo. Wyatt also said authorities don't have any suspects in the case, which is being investigated as an abduction. Bobo, a nursing student, has been missing since Wednesday. Her older brother told authorities he saw a man wearing camouflage drag her from her home toward the woods. Several law enforcement agencies and hundreds of volunteers have searched the surrounding woods and fields.