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Possible break in missing persons case

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By Scott Harvey

Sulphur Springs – More than a month after her disappearance, investigators say they have a person of interest in the case of missing Sulphur Springs resident Melissa McVay Darling.

A man seen leaving with Darling on June 10 from the Chotaw Casino in Grant, Oklahoma has been questioned but not arrested.

The investigation, which involves authorities in Sulphur Springs, as well as in Oklahoma and Lamar County is described as intense.

There are no indications of foul play and Darling's disappearance is still officially listed as a missing persons case.