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Jacque Waller's mother angry over Facebook post

Jacque Waller (Source: Jackson Police Dept.) Jacque Waller (Source: Jackson Police Dept.)
Clay Waller (Source: Facebook) Clay Waller (Source: Facebook)
(KFVS) - Wednesday marks three weeks since Jacque Waller disappeared.

She was last seen at her estranged husband's house on June 1 in Cape Girardeau County.

The Jackson Police Chief says investigators have received more than 200 leads.  They have sent evidence off to state and federal crime labs.

As her family searches for answers, Jacque's mother is now reacting to a message allegedly posted on her daughter's Facebook page by her estranged husband, Clay Waller.

The message said, "i miss you so much" and "i wish for your safe return."

Jacque's mother Ruby Dawson tells a St. Louis TV station the post angers her and she doesn't believe he's sincere.

Clay Waller could not be reached for comment.

Police do not consider Clay Waller a suspect in Jacque's disappearance, but they do say he's a person of interest.

On Tuesday, friends and family showed their support for the missing mother of three with a bake sale in Farmington.

All donations raised will go toward both funds in honor of Waller one for her children and one for a reward given for information on her disappearance.

Donation to either fund can be made at any U.S. Bank.

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