Search Warrant Issued in Holly Bobo Case, Whitney Duncan Asks for Prayers
Singer Whitney Duncan’s cousin Holly Bobo went missing nearly three years ago, but police haven’t given up their search. A search warrant was recently executed although authorities remain tight-lipped on the nature of the search.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation executed this latest search warrant. A spokesperson told the Tennessean that it’d be premature to say they have a suspect, adding, "We have been working leads on this case which led to the search warrant executions. There is no other information about this case that I can release."
Bobo was abducted on April 13, 2011. She was seen being led from her home by a man in camouflage. Thus far no suspect has been named, although new information discovered last year suggests a local man may be the perpetrator. A non-profit called Without Warning took on the case in May.
Throughout the three years Duncan has continued to hold out hope and ask for prayers and for her cousin to be remembered.
Duncan is best known for her song ‘Skinny Dippin’,’ a Top 50 hit in 2009. She also appeared on ‘Survivor: South Pacific’ in 2011. There is an $85,000 reward for information leading to to Bobo's return. Anyone with information should call 1-800-TBI-FIND or email firstname.lastname@example.org.