Tad Cummins May Need Medication Which Could Help Track Him Down

New details in missing student case 

By Sowmya Krishnamurthy

There are new details that could help authorities catch Ted Cummins, who is still at large after allegedly fleeing with his 15-year-old student Elizabeth Thomas. According to WKRN, Cummins' wife is speaking out about a medical issue he has that could narrow the month-long search.

District Attorney Brent Cooper shared that Cummins' wife, Jill, revealed that her husband is on medicine for blood pressure. According to her, he should need a refill. Cooper has encouraged pharmacies to keep an eye out for Cummins who may stop in to refill that prescription.

It has also been reported that Cummins left a note for his wife on the day of his disappearance.  Complete details of the note have not been made public, since Cooper believes the note was a diversion to mislead the investigation.  

The hunt for Ted Cummins and Elizabeth Thomas has made national headlines. Numerous reports have emerged that show a romantic relationship with the 50-year-old former teacher and the 15-year-old. Cummins and Thomas have been missing since March 13. Her Instagram account has been updated with claims that she is now a wife.

[Photo: Tennesee Bureau of Investigation]

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