The search for Kamrie Mitchell isn't over, but the missing woman's case hasn't produced any investigative updates in several weeks. This must be truly distressing to the loved ones of the Florida woman, but at least new eyes are looking at all sides of this mysterious disappearance. Will the extra assistance prove helpful in the search for this missing woman?
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (basically a bureau of investigation), is now joining the search for the missing Suwannee County woman. However, with this case being unsolved since August, it's unlikely that the FDLE will aid in bringing her home safe and alive. Statistically, the first 48 to 72 hours are the most vital in bringing home a missing person alive and safe -- and each day beyond that the chances drop steadily. Kamrie Mitchell has been missing since August 25th and wasn't reported missing until several days after that. It's safe to say that whatever is uncovered in this investigation isn't going to be positive, but it will at least lend to bringing the missing woman's family the closure they need.
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