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Missing Stop and Shop employee on her way home

By By Steve Gillespie/The Meridian Star
Dec. 13, 2001
Angie Rowzee was on her way home with Mississippi Highway Patrol investigators this morning after being abducted from her work Wednesday.
According to Newton County Sheriff Jackie Knight, Rowzee
phoned her husband at 6:30 a.m., telling him she had been released unharmed near the Tennessee line, south of Memphis on Interstate 55.
Knight said warrants of kidnapping and grand larceny have been issued for the three suspected abductors, who are brothers aged 15, 18 and 22. Nicholas Tate is the name of one of the adult brothers, Knight said.
Knight said the suspects are wanted for questioning in a double homicide that happened in Dallas, Ga., Tuesday.
Rowzee is a clerk at Scott's Stop and Shop in Hickory. She was last seen leaving the store to help someone with car trouble.

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