Transcript for New developments in the search for a missing 15-year-old student and her teacher
Next tonight new developments and new video in the coast to coast search for a missing teacher accused of kidnapping a fifteen year old female student. The two last seen two weeks ago and police believe they may have changed her appearances authorities revealing newly discovered emails about the relationship. ABCs Eva pilgrim speaking with the girl's family tonight. Tonight new images seven missing Tennessee teen in the back back. Fifteen year old Elizabeth Thomas is Stanley releasing video were you could hear her voice for the first time as she helps her brother so. He's got a very beautiful voice and you think people recognize that you'll you'll recognize their boys have been here. This as authorities shed new light on how they say the teen and her former teacher. Fifty year old had cut its were communicating just days before he allegedly kidnapped Turk. The pair investigators say using covent email account to communicate through a computer after school. They would save the message and let it save as a draft. The other person. When blog and read the message and then deleted. Law enforcement say they uncovered those messages which show a romantic relationship. It's been nearly two weeks since authorities say Condit kidnapped the teen and nationwide alert in place but after more than a thousand tips still no sign of the pair she told me that she had met this that soon he's just talking laughing and she seemed really how apple bashing riggins says while she thought Elizabeth was in a relationship with an older may add. She never imagined it might be your teacher. In Elizabeth's family hoping for her safe return. Through this Wordock from home and this really want to see her. Investigators think the pair are staying out of the public eye and they are asking people to look in places like campgrounds. Rural areas and parking lots Tom a thousand tips and still most some.
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