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  • Missing great-grandmother seen on store video Christmas Eve

    The Caroline County Sheriff's Office has released surveillance video showing missing great-grandmother Barbara Briley stopping and asking for help with her GPS at an Exxon station in Ruther Glen, north of Richmond, VA on Christmas Eve. Briley and her great-granddaughter, La'Myra Briley were on their way to visit relatives in N.C. for Christmas and were located alive in Virginia Wednesday after an extensive search.

The Caroline County Sheriff's Office has released surveillance video showing missing great-grandmother Barbara Briley stopping and asking for help with her GPS at an Exxon station in Ruther Glen, north of Richmond, VA on Christmas Eve. Briley and her great-granddaughter, La'Myra Briley were on their way to visit relatives in N.C. for Christmas and were located alive in Virginia Wednesday after an extensive search. Caroline County Sheriff's Dept.
The Caroline County Sheriff's Office has released surveillance video showing missing great-grandmother Barbara Briley stopping and asking for help with her GPS at an Exxon station in Ruther Glen, north of Richmond, VA on Christmas Eve. Briley and her great-granddaughter, La'Myra Briley were on their way to visit relatives in N.C. for Christmas and were located alive in Virginia Wednesday after an extensive search. Caroline County Sheriff's Dept.

NJ woman, great-granddaughter are missing on their way to North Carolina

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