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Cullman County deputies searching residence for evidence of Tabitha Franklin disappearance

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Tabitha Franklin, 29, disappeared in August 2009. Tabitha Franklin, 29, disappeared in August 2009.
CULLMAN COUNTY, AL - Cullman County deputies are searching a Cullman County home in search of evidence in the disappearance of Tabitha Franklin, 29. 

Cullman County Sheriff Mike Rainey said investigators served a search warrant Thursday at a house in the 100 block of County Road 1136 in West Point. They began digging, which continued today with removal of a concrete porch.Work there may continue through Saturday. 

A tip in the case led investigators to the home, which does currently have residents living there.

Franklin was last seen Aug. 13, 2009 in the West Point area of Cullman County. The Alabama Department of Public Safety has her listed as missing and endangered.

Franklin is the mother of three children.

No one has been charged in her disappearance so far. 

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