December 4, 2005
Ocilla - Ocilla school teacher Tara Grinstead has been missing for six weeks now and there's still been no sign of her.
Next weekend, another foot search is being planned by the Texas Equusearch group and law enforcement.
A flier posted on the FindTara.com website calls for 500 volunteers to show up at 8 am next Saturday at the Ocilla command center. The volunteers will comb the area for two days.
The 31-year old Grinstead disappeared October 22nd, her car and cell phone were found at her house, but her purse and keys were missing.There's a private tip line, 229-468-TIPS, that's 468-8477. The reward is now up to 90-thousand dollars.
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