Governor Offers Rewards In 3 Missing Persons Cases
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Governor Bill Haslam announced Wednesday that his office is offering rewards for information leading to the apprehension, arrest, and conviction of the people involved in three separate missing persons cases.
A $10,000 reward is being offered in the case of Shelley Mook. She was last seen on February 28 at her ex-husband's Bedford County home when she dropped of her daughter. Several hours later, Mook's car was found in flames in Rutherford County.
Investigators believe Mook was the victim of an aggravated kidnapping and/or intentional homicide.
Another $10,000 is offered for information on Lydia Gutierrez's killer. She was found stabbed and strangled in her Gallatin apartment on August 12, 2010. Her two sons, ages one and two, were in the apartment at the time of the murder. Her 8-year-old son found her body when he came home from school.
$5,000 is being offered in Zaylee Grace Fryar's case, a Millersville 3-month old missing since early May. She and her mother, Shauna Fryar, were last seen at her home in Millersville on May 1. They were reported missing on May 5.
Shauna's body was recovered from the Cumberland River days later. An Amber Alert was issued for Zaylee Grace Fryar on May 10.
If you have any information on any of these cases, you're asked to call the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.