A convicted sex offender wanted for questioning in the Holly Bobo case has been arrested in Minnesota.
However, investigators are downplaying any connection to the missing 20-year-old woman.
U.S. Marshals found 43-year-old George Wall at his girlfriend's home in Duluth, Minn., on Thursday.
It's been two decades since Wall was convicted of molesting a child in Washington state. Since then, he relocated to Perry County, Tenn., and was living near Bobo's home.
Bobo vanished April 13 after her brother said he saw her being led into a woods by a man dressed in hunting camouflage.
When Bobo vanished, authorities set out to locate all the sex offenders in the area to question them. That's when they realized they couldn't find Wall.
Investigators said they have no reason to believe he has any connection to Bobo's disappearance.
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