GBI to provide updates in Tara Grinstead disappearance

GBI to provide updates in Tara Grinstead disappearance”

- There are new developments in the case of a south Georgia teacher and beauty queen who vanished without a trace more than 11 years ago.

In a news conference planned for Thursday afternoon, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation is expected to release new details into their investigation.

Tara Grinstead was last seen the night of October 22, 2005 when she attended a beauty pageant and barbecue in Fitzgerald, Georgia.

Georgia Bureau of Investigation shows Ryan Alexander Duke in Georgia. Duke was arrested by authorities on murder charges in the disappearance of a high school teacher in rural south Georgia more than 11 years ago

The case had stumped authorities for more than a decade.

A search of Grinstead's home produced very little evidence making the search for her very hard, the release said.

She was reported missing went she failed to show up for work.

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"I think the whole case needs a fresh look", Lindsey said.

According to GBI spokesman J.T. Ricketson, he is Ryan Alexander Duke, 33.

The GBI says the investigation is still active and the search for Grinstead's remains continues.

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The GBI spokesman also declined to comment on other aspects of the case, such as Duke's motive, how Grinstead died and whether others were involved.

RIcketson said Duke "never came up on our radar".

In a 2006 interview with the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Grinstead's sister Anita Gattis said she believed her sister left with someone she knew.

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