New chilling clue in Debbie Collier’s case after police released picture of her rented van taken just before the murder

A chilling NEW clue has been revealed in the Debbie Collier case after police released a picture of her rented van shortly before her murder.

Collier’s Chrysler Pacifica was seen by traffic cameras at Tallulah Falls School in Georgia on Saturday, September 10 at 2:17 p.m.

A new lead in the Debbie Collier case helps police create a timeline leading to her murder

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A new lead in the Debbie Collier case helps police create a timeline leading to her murderCredit: Facebook
A traffic camera spotted Collier's vehicle just a few miles north of where her body was found

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A traffic camera spotted Collier’s vehicle just a few miles north of where her body was foundPhoto credit: Tallulah Falls Police

Just a few miles north, her naked and partially burned body was found in a ravine the next day, Habersham County Sheriff’s Investigator George Cason said.

The photo adds to the growing timeline authorities have been creating to pinpoint Collier’s movements between Saturday morning and the discovery of her body on September 11th.

Collier’s husband said he last saw her at the couple’s house on Friday night as he was about to go to bed, adding that they slept separately because of his snoring.

Her rental car was still in the driveway when Steve Collier drove to work that morning.

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Collier’s daughter, Amanda Bearden, who had just returned to Georgia from Maryland two days earlier, reported her missing at 6 p.m. on September 10.

Bearden told detectives that her mother sent her over $2,300 via Venmo three hours before reporting her missing, with a note implying she may have been held against her will.

The Venmo payment was sent at 3:17 p.m., an hour after Collier’s car was seen in Tallulah Falls.

The 59-year-old was also spotted shopping at a Family Dollar in Clayton, 15 minutes from the school, where traffic cameras spotted her car.

At 2.54pm Collier was seen buying several items including a tote bag, tarpaulin and lighter – some of these items were found on her body.

She left the store at 3:09 p.m., sat in her van for 10 minutes, and drove out of the parking lot at 3:19 p.m.

Investigators are still searching businesses and homes along Collier’s route, looking for more surveillance cameras to shed light on what happened to her.

Cason said police are also awaiting the results of search warrants, including those for phone records, to help schedule not just Collier’s movements but potential persons of interest.

NO SUSPECT KNOWN YET

Cops have ruled that Collier’s death was a homicide but have not released full details, shrouding the case in mystery.

While Collier’s message to her daughter was concerning, investigators publicly ruled out kidnapping and suicide.

Police have yet to name a suspect or a motive.

Bearden’s boyfriend, Andrew Giegerich, told FOX News that despite Collier’s odd last Venmo and his message to her daughter, the couple had nothing to do with the murder.

He told Fox News Digital that the couple barricaded the front and back doors of their home.

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The ex-amateur MMA fighter insisted that he and Bearden had “nothing to do” with Collier’s death.

He added, “We’re a little scared ourselves.”

Collier's naked body was found on September 11, just a day after she was spotted shopping at Family Dollar

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Collier’s naked body was found on September 11, just a day after she was spotted shopping at Family DollarPhoto credit: The Mega Agency
The police have ruled out suicide or kidnapping

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The police have ruled out suicide or kidnappingCredit: Joy Purcell/Now Habersham

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