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Investigation Discovery airing show on missing North Augusta woman tonight

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Investigation Discovery airing show on missing North Augusta woman tonight

Kingery

Investigation Discovery’s television series “Disappeared” will feature an ongoing case that’s close to home on tonight’s episode, airing at 10 p.m.

A North Augusta resident and mother of three, Tammy Kingery went missing in September 2014.

Kingery was sick and in bed when her husband and children left to run errands. Reports said when they returned, Kingery had disappeared.

“They find a note saying she’s gone for a walk, but they live deep in the woods and she’s taken nothing with her,” the episode’s description states.

“On the surface it seems like she had everything she ever wanted – a loving family, a rewarding career, and a dream house – but an investigation reveals dark secrets leading to all kinds of theories about what may have happened to Kingery.”

Kingery is described as having blond hair, hazel eyes and standing 5 feet, 3 inches tall, according to a past Aiken Standard article.

Anyone with information on Kingery’s disappearance is urged to call the Edgefield County Sheriff’s Office at 803-637-5337.

Amy Hunter is a copy editor with the Aiken Standard.