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A 79-year-old Texas woman and her mentally disabled son have been missing for almost a month, according to Texas police.

Lettie Fisher and her son, 31-year-old John Fisher Jr., were last seen leaving Lufkin Memorial Medical Center, where Lettie was treated for breast cancer. After leaving the medical center, detectives believe the Fishers went home to pick up their fishing gear and then to Wolf Creek.

On Sept. 22, Lettie Fisher’s 1999 silver Toyota 4Runner was found parked in Magnolia Ridge State Park. According to KPRC, police suspect the vehicle was dumped there by someone else and are investigating the possibility of foul play.

Read more at HuffingtonPost.com

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