Tennessee investigator asks for leads in search of missing nursing student

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By Kelsey Lund

Tennessee investigators are asking for help in their search for the 20-year-old nursing student missing since Wednesday, Reuters reported.

The director of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Mark Gwyn, appeared on ABC's "Good Morning America" on Monday asking for more information to help assist with the 250 leads the investigators were checking in the disappearance of Holly Bobo, Reuters reported.

Bobo, the cousin of country singer Whitney Duncan, was last seen in Decatur County by her brother, Reuters reported.

Bobo's brother said he saw Bobo being lead into the woods by a man wearing camouflage clothing, at the time he assumed it was her boyfriend, CNN reported. He called the police after later finding blood outside, Reuters reported.

The Tennessee governor authorized $50,000 to be added to the $25,000 award offered for leads that will assist in finding Bobo, CNN reported.

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