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— McCrary tried for the murder of 38-year-old mother of five, Timberly Claytor—

the vanishing womenINVESTIGATION DISCOVERY TO SHOWCASE CRIMINAL TRIAL OF JASON MCCRARY IN SIXTH AND FINAL INSTALLMENT OF SERIALIZED DOCU-SERIES THE VANISHING WOMEN 

Finale premieres Monday, August 29 at 10/9c–

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(Silver Spring, Md.)—Investigation Discovery (ID) will premiere the sixth and final installment of the network’s record-breaking series, THE VANISHING WOMEN on Monday, August 29 at 10/9c. The one-hour finale features new, case-breaking developments in the investigation of six missing and deceased women from small-town Chillicothe, Ohio. The final episode, which was delayed in taping in an effort to cover real-time breaks in the case, showcases the tireless efforts of law enforcement as they track new leads and incoming tips and also covers the criminal trial of Jason McCrary, a local man who was found guilty in a July trial of murdering 38-year-old Timberly Claytor.

In the conclusion of THE VANISHING WOMEN, serial killer fears are reignited as The Missing Women’s Task Force chases down a terrifying new lead in a small West Virginia town. Meanwhile, the community of Chillicothe anxiously awaits answers as Jason McCrary stands trial in mid-July of 2016 for the killing of Claytor. The prosecution’s key witness claims to have seen the murder – but when McCrary takes the stand in his own defense, he claims his innocence and offers a shocking alternate version of that night’s events. It’s up to the jury to determine who is telling the truth. 

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THE VANISHING WOMEN documents the past and present work of an active criminal investigation into six open cases of missing women in Chillicothe, Ohio. According to the Chillicothe Police Department, the series has generated dozens of new tips from all across the country since its premiere. With similarities between each of the women and having run in the same circles, some members of the local community fear a serial killer is on the loose. Information on each of the women can be found here, and anyone with information is asked to call the task force hotline at 740-774-FIND (3463) or findme@RossSheriff.com

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