Missing mother Debbie Collier found dead in Georgia gorge

A missing Georgia woman was found dead in a canyon after wireing her daughter $2,385 — along with the terrifying news: “They won’t let me go love you,” according to a report.

The body of Debbie Collier, 59, was found on September 11 – two days after she last left her home in Athens in a rented SUV, 11Alive reported.

Her daughter, Amanda Bearden, told police that Collier, whose car was in the shop, left her home with only her driver’s license and a debit card, the news outlet said.

The rented vehicle’s SiriusXM satellite radio was tracked to US 441 near Victory Home Lane, about 60 miles from Collier’s home, and a K-9 team from the Habersham County Sheriff’s Office located the woman’s body nearby.

Investigators are treating her death as a homicide, which 11Alive says may have been the result of a kidnapping based on Bearden’s missing persons report.

The 36-year-old daughter told Athens Clarke County Police that Collier suddenly sent her $2,385 through Venmo, along with the message, “They won’t let me go, I love you.”

The police are investigating.

Debbie Collier’s daughter, Amanda Bearden, told police that Collier left her home with only her driver’s license and a debit card.


The police are investigating.

The rented vehicle’s SiriusXM satellite radio was tracked to US 441 near Victory Home Lane.


The police are investigating.

A K-9 team found the woman’s body nearby.


The police are investigating.

Investigators are treating Debbie Collier’s death as a homicide.


The tragic mother, who worked for Carriage House Realty in Athens, and her husband married in 2013, the outlet reported.

Her Facebook page features pictures of her family and trips they’ve taken together.

Collier’s friends and relatives have declined to comment publicly on the mysterious case, according to 11Alive.

https://nypost.com/2022/09/19/missing-mom-debbie-collier-found-dead-in-georgia-ravine/ Missing mother Debbie Collier found dead in Georgia gorge

JACLYN DIAZ

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