Police ask again about missing girl 7 years later

Police ask again about missing girl 7 years later


NASHVILLE (AP) - Seven years after her disappearance, Nashville detectives and FBI agents went door-to-door in east Nashville asking about Tabitha Tuders.

Tuders was 13 when she went missing after leaving her home on April 29, 2003, to catch a school bus at an intersection.

The girl never got on the bus and detectives in Nashville have since been looking for her or anyone who might have seen her.

Although the neighborhood was searched after she went missing, investigators thought recanvassing the neighborhood on the anniversary of her disappearance might turn up information.

The FBI has increased the reward to $25,000 for information. Representatives from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is also assisting in the efforts.

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers at 615-74-CRIME.

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