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Tracking usage of a government issued Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card has led law enforcement to remove a Memphis woman from the active missing person investigations.
According to the Memphis Police Department, Alicia A. Miller, 32, is no longer considered a missing person case after investigators tracked her EBT card usage to specific locations in Kansas City, where her presence was verified and interviews did not uncover any evidence that she was in distress.
Based on interviews with store clerks and others who had contact with her, the Kansas City Police Department Missing Persons Unit removed her from the active search list on April 16th.
LATE UPDATE – According to the Memphis Police Department, Miller was reportedly back at home in the Memphis area, as of Tuesday, April 21st.