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Missing Texas mom's car found abandoned in flooded parking lot

CBS News Sunday, 2 August 2020
Crystal McDowell vanished in August 2017, just before Hurricane Harvey hit the Houston area. When her car is found in a flooded Motel 6 parking lot, the list of possible suspects grows longer, and the storm makes it even harder for investigators to find out what happened to her.
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