(CBS/WTVF) CHAPEL HILL, Tenn. - The search for central Tennessee teacher Shelley Mook, missing for more than three months, centered Wednesday on a state park.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Marshall County Sheriff's Department searched Henry Horton State Park in Chapel Hill for any signs of the 25-year-old middle school teacher, who was last seen Feb. 21 when she dropped her daughter off at her ex-husband's home.
Her burned car was later found abandoned in Rutherford County.
Authorities said they've received new information that makes them want to search a specific area with a lot of resources.
Right now, they're focusing on areas in Bedford and Marshall counties.
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