A private investigator who is probing the Christina Bussell disappearance says that leads have been received that could help bring closure to the case.

Joe Brodioi, the Middle Tennessee private investigator who rekindled interest in the case, told the Independent Herald last week that several "good leads" have been received.

"There is healthy interest in this case around Scott County and that is good," Brodioi said. "Most (of the informants) have identified themselves but a couple have sought to remain anonymous, which is no problem, either."

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The complete story can be found in the February 2, 2017 print edition of the Independent Herald.

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Ben Garrett is Independent Herald editor. Contact him at bgarrett@ihoneida.com. Follow him on Twitter, @benwgarrett.