NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - Police say surveillance video from Walmart in Marion shows a man believed to be the nephew of Dorothy Heard purchasing an assortment of jewelry valued at $378.
Heard was last seen two weeks ago. Police say her credit card was used to pay for the jewelry.
The purchase was made the same day the 74-year-old Noblesville woman disappeared.
Her nephew, Donald Burns, is considered a person of interest in the case as he sits behind bars on an unrelated charge.
Police say surveillance video also shows a man who looks like Burns trying to make a $700 purchase at the same Walmart. That transaction was declined. A vehicle matching the description of Burns' was parked in the parking lot.
About 20 minutes prior to the first Walmart purchase, Heard's wedding ring was pawned for cash at EZ Pawn in Marion. Police have recovered the ring.
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Gov. Mike Pence's proposal to phase out the business personal property tax continues to get a chilly reception from local officials and state lawmakers.
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