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Police plan new searches of Palmgren properties

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Palmgren lake home in Wetumpka, Alabama. Palmgren lake home in Wetumpka, Alabama.

SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, HAMILTON COUNTY (WRCB) - Investigators are planning more searches in connection with a missing Signal Mountain woman.

Last week, authorities searched the home of Matthew and Gail Palmgren on Signal Mountain.

Now, officials tell eyewitness news they'll search the home of Matthew Palmgren's mother.

That will happen after the July 4th holiday.

We're also told authorities are planning to search the couple's lake home in Alabama.

Gail Palmgren hasn't been seen since April 30th.

Reports indicate the mother of two dropped of her kids at their home, drove off in her red Jeep Rubicon and never returned.

Gail Nowacki Palmgren was last seen April 30. She was seen driving her crimson Rubicon Jeep with tire cover that says "Life is Good" and a personalized Alabama tag reading "EAZY ST". If you have seen Palmgren or her Jeep call Signal Mountain Police at 423-886-2124.

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