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Mom of missing Miamisburg woman wants closure, ‘to say goodbye the right way’

Published: Wednesday, May 02, 2018 @ 2:40 AM

Mom of missing woman wants closure

The mother of a woman listed as missing for nearly a year wants closure. 

"Closure... closure is what I need, you know?" Shula Woodworth said about her daughter, 26-year-old Chelsey Coe, to News Center 7's Lauren Clark.

"I need that as a mom. If she is dead, then I guess I kind of, I don't know, I kind of what them to find her because I want closure."

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Woodworth, who spoke with Clark from her home in southern Ohio, said she wants to be able to bury her daughter... "say goodbye in the right way and know that I'll see her again one day." 

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Investigators have ended the search of a Miamisburg property, leaving the scene sometime after 11 p.m. Monday without comment to our reporter.

The search at 551 Lower Miamisburg Road for clues in Coe’s disappearance began about 8 a.m. 

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Woodworth said that if her daughter is dead, she wants the person responsible to answer for her family's grief. She said she's exhausted from the wait and no matter what she ultimately learns, Woodworth is hoping for closure.

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