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DA asks for Governor's help in Palmgren case

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CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) - The Hamilton County District Attorney's Office is asking for the Governor's help in the search for a missing Signal Mountain mother.

On Wednesday, District Attorney General Bill Cox submitted a letter to the Governor's Legal Counsel requesting a reward for information related to the disappearance of Gail Palmgren.

In the letter, Cox adds a new piece of information in to the disappearance, stating "she last spoke to her estranged husband, Matthew Palmgren, on April 30, 2011 and since that date no reported communication with her has existed."

Previously, no information about communication with Gail Palmgren following a dispute with her husband had been released.

Gail Nowacki Palmgren was last seen April 30. She was seen driving her crimson Rubicon Jeep with tire cover that says "Life is Good" and a personalized Alabama tag reading "EAZY ST". If you have seen Palmgren or her Jeep call Signal Mountain Police at 423-886-2124.

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