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The Gail Palmgren Disappearance

Alabama police join search for missing mother

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The Palmgren lake house in Wetumpka, Alabama. \ Callie Starnes. The Palmgren lake house in Wetumpka, Alabama. \ Callie Starnes.
Gail Palmgren has not been seen since April 30. \ Family photo. Gail Palmgren has not been seen since April 30. \ Family photo.

WETUMPKA, ALABMA (WRCB) - Authorities in the small town of Wetumpka, Alabama, have joined in the search for the missing Signal Mountain mother, Gail Palmgren.

Palmgren and her husband Matthew own a lake house in Wetumpka, just north of Montgomery.

Police in Wetumpka tell Eyewitness News they have searched the Palmgren's lake house for clues to her disappearance.

According to reports, Gail Palmgren fled to the lake house with her children on April 29, after a dispute with her husband at their Signal Mountain home. Gail was only seen one more time, by a neighbor, the following day after returning from Wetumpka.

Friends and family will held a vigil for Gail at the Wetumpka Walmart Monday afternoon.

 

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