CORDOVA, Tenn. (WMC) - Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has joined the search for missing Cordova mother, Taquila Hayes in hopes to find evidence linking to where she may be. Investigators returned to her home on Monday morning.
Hayes, 41, has been missing for more than two months.
Family members did not report her missing at first because they said they didn’t realize she was missing.
Hayes' sister Samantha Henderson said there were some issues between Hayes and her husband.
According to a police report filed in 2012 Hayes claimed she was assaulted by her husband and that they were separated. She reportedly told investigators she wanted a divorce.
The report says officers tried to follow up with the suspect but were not able to make contact with him. Hayes’ husband’s background records show no charges or arrests.
Her husband told investigators he last saw her in June but she hadn’t reported to work since late May.
During the search a car was towed from the home. Authorities have not commented on what they’ve found or what they are looking for at the home.