Two people have been charged in connection to the death of a missing Alabama woman, Tammy Wedgeworth, after police reportedly identified suspects who used her credit card.
Wedgeworth, 44, was reported missing on Jan. 3 in Fairhope, Alabama.
She was last seen around 9 p.m. Jan. 1 when she left her home in Fairhope heading towards Mobile, Alabama woman, according to the Fairhope police. Shew was seen leaving in a white truck and never returned home. Friends and family couldn't reach her by phone.
On Jan. 7, police in Mobile, Alabama, and Fairhope police found the truck and two suspects who used her credit card, according to the Mobile Police Department.
Wedgeworth's body was then found in Mobile.
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Kenneth Colburn, 33, was arrested and charged with two counts of murder and fraudulent use of a credit card, and Amanda Miller, 35, was charged with two counts of fraudulent use of a credit card.
Police have not released any information on where her body was found or if the suspects knew Wedgeworth.
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