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Poth couple not missing


Poth couple not missing
This flyer related to a Poth couple reported missing July 24 has been circulating throughout Wilson County and cyberspace. The couple are safe at home, officials said.


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Wilson County News
July 24, 2013, 3:49pm
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POTH -- A local couple feared missing are safe at home, officials confirmed July 24.

Jeff and Debbie Gorzell of Poth are the subject of a flyer making the rounds in Wilson County and in cyberspace, which warns that the two are missing. But according to Investigator Stephen Moore of the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office, the Gorzells are safe at home.

A family member reported the Gorzells missing just before 11 a.m., after Jeff did not report to work. Moore said, however, that the couple were never in any danger and that they had driven to Austin.
 

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