Yesterday, Campbell County Sheriff's Investigator Kim Jones released a few additional details in the search for missing Campbell County woman Shannon Nicole McIntyre McClure.
The last reported sighting of McClure was in Sheridan on June 15, 2013. McClure's husband reported to officers involved in the search that he dropped her off at the Sheridan Wal-Mart about 3 o'clock in the morning so she could visit her sister in Sheridan. There has not been a reported sighting of the mother of a 14-month-old son, and three step-daughters, since then.
Jones says that all of McClure's family has been cooperative in the search.
To hear more information from Jones, click on the audio file below.
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