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The Lauderdale County deputies are seeking assistance in locating two missing individuals, Mary Anne and Christopher Moore. Investigators have expressed concerns for their safety, especially due to Christopher’s violent past and mental instability.

Aria Pond from WFF 48 reports live from the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office, where she spoke with the lead investigator on the case. According to Investigator Dylan Hog, Mary Anne and Christopher Moore were reported missing last week, and several red flags have emerged during the investigation. While it is too early to classify this as a kidnapping, they are exploring all possibilities. Hog suggests that Mary Anne may either be willingly following her son or forcefully being taken by him, although the current tips received do not support the latter scenario. Nevertheless, Hog emphasizes that Christopher Moore has a lengthy history of criminal activity, including violence and resisting arrest.

These factors raise concerns regarding the disappearance of the pair. Authorities have revealed that Mary Anne and Christopher Moore borrowed a car on November 3rd and withdrew a significant amount of money from the bank. While it is not unusual for Mary Anne to withdraw cash, it is peculiar for her son to be accompanying her. Mary Anne is generally a stay-at-home mom with limited social activities.

The family friend, who assists her with cash withdrawal, reported the Moors missing after observing the absence of Mrs. Moore for a few days.

The last sighting of the pair was on County Road 462 in Lexington. Investigator Hog affirms that the search for Mary Anne will persist until she is located safely. He urges anyone with information on their whereabouts or sightings to contact the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office.

Aria Pond concludes her report from the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office..

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