Last week, the body of 59-year-old Debbie Collier was found dead.
New information has been made available regarding her death that changes everything.
It now appears that Collier may have been kidnapped.
Collier disappeared on September 10.
Her body was found on September 11.
According to her daughter, Collier's car was being serviced so she was using a rental car.
When she left her house that day, all she had were her license and a debit card.
Police were able to track the car's last location because of the satellite radio in the vehicle.
Authorities have confirmed that the body found over the weekend in Habersham County is that of Debbie Collier. Family members reported the 59-year-old Athens woman missing on September 10. Her body was found less than 24 hours later. https://t.co/IIQyem6vrr via @nowhabersham pic.twitter.com/Bb3xupqiq5
— Now Habersham (@nowhabersham) September 13, 2022
Amanda Beardon, her daughter, sent chills up everyone's spine when she revealed the last message that was sent to her by her daughter.
Beardon received $2,385 via Venmo with the note, "They are not going to let me go, love you."
The death is now being treated as a homicide.
Source: Fox News