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FBI joins hunt for missing Kilgore woman

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The search for a missing Kilgore mom continues to grow. Now the FBI is joining the hunt for 43-year-old Christina Davison.
Kilgore police said Thursday that no one has seen Davison since mid-May. Her co-workers at Whataburger were the ones who noticed she was missing. They've posted signs at the restaurant pleading for information that could help with the case.

Investigators said the FBI will bolster their search capabilities.

"They have far-reaching resources beyond what local authorities would sometimes have access to," Lt. Johnathan Gage said. "They have additional equipment, manpower and things like that."

Anyone who has seen or heard from Davison or has any information regarding Mrs. Davison’s current whereabouts is asked to please contact Detective Trae Portwood at 903-218-6905. Information is additionally being sought in regards to Mrs. Davison’s vehicle.

One can give information anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 903-236-STOP. Anonymous information may also be submitted through the Kilgore Police Department’s Website, facebook page or tip411.
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