Nine-Year Anniversary Update Northwest Arkansas Times 01/15/05 http://nwanews.com/story.php?paper=nwat&Se...s&storyid=24415 "Rita [her daughter] said her mom was out of town for the holidays visiting family,"Franklin said. "Subsequently, more suspicious transactions came into the bank and we decided to investigate further. We also learned that Rita had moved out of the apartment." Also missing from the apartment, Franklin said, was a freezer. "We don't know if that is connected to this case or not,"he said. . . . Investigators discovered that Thornsberry had several forgeries on her account, leading to Rita and Raymond Douglas. They were subsequently arrested and pleaded guilty to the forgeries. "Throughout this investigation, Rita or Raymond Douglas made no attempt to cooperate with investigators, police, or anyone concerned with Ms. Thornsberry's whereabouts,"Franklin said. "Since they were the last ones living with her, it seems they should be able to provide vital information. To this day they are considered persons of interest in this investigation."