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Police say Miss. man lied in case of missing Tenn. mom and 3 kids

JoAnn Bain and her daughters have been missing for more than a week
Joann Bain and her daughters have been missing for more than a week

(CBS) Bolivar, Tenn. - Tennessee police investigating the disappearance of a woman and her three children are looking for a Mississippi man they say lied to them when questioned in the case.

According to CBS affiliate WREG, Jo Ann Bain and three of her daughters, 14-year-old Adrienne, 12-year-old Alexandria and 8-year-old Kailea, were last seen in their Dodge Durango on their way to Arizona. The family was reported missing on April 27.

Bain's SUV was found on April 30 on a road east of Bolivar, Tenn. Bain's husband Gary Bain posted a message on his Facebook page saying he loved his wife and the girls and "Please call or just come home. There is nothing we can't work through together. We always have and I hope we always will."

Hardeman County Sheriff John Doolen says police are looking for Adam Mays of Guntown, Miss., who he believes did not tell the truth in a statement to authorities and is a person of interest in the case.

Doolen said he believes Mays could know why the family is missing and/or where they are located.