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Natalee Holloway Disappearance: New Clues Revealed in Documentary

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This June 10, 2005, file photo shows a missing poster for Natalee Holloway, a high school graduate of Mountain Brook, Alabama, who disappeared while on a graduation trip to Aruba on May 30, 2005, on Palm Beach where tourists sunbathe in Aruba. (AP Photo/Leslie Mazoch, File)

By    |   Tuesday, 22 August 2017 11:05 AM

Natalee Holloway, the Alabama teenager who disappeared in Aruba more than 12 years ago, was seen riding in a white car by a classmate who stopped for street food after leaving a bar, which was one of the last times Holloway was seen alive, according to Oxygen.com.

Jessica Caiola, Holloway's classmate at the time, gave the new clues during an interview for the television documentary "The Disappearance of Natalee Holloway" on Oxygen.

Caiola said in the interview that she left the Carlos 'n Charlies bar on May 30, 2005, on the way to catch a shuttle to their hotel when she stopped for street food.

She said in the documentary, that started on Oxygen on Saturday, that she saw Holloway in the vehicle while she was ordering food.

"The window was down so we could see it was her in the back of the car," Caiola said in the Oxygen interview. "My impression was, 'Oh, great, she found a ride back to the hotel.'"

Holloway, though, never made it back to the hotel with the rest of her classmates, who were on a senior trip. Caiola said Joran van der Sloot, a suspect in Holloway's disappearance, was at the same bar the same night they were there, noted Oxygen.

Van der Sloot, now imprisoned in Peru for murdering a woman there in 2010, was arrested with his friends during Holloway's investigation but all three were released without charges, the HuffPost reported.

Dave Holloway, Natalee Holloway's father, and private investigator T.J. Ward told NBC's "Today" Show last week that human remains found behind a home in Aruba are currently being DNA tested to see if they belong his daughter.

The two said on the morning show that an informant put them in touch with a man who had allegedly helped van der Sloot when Holloway disappeared.

"We have a person who states he was directly involved with Joran van der Sloot in disposing of Natalee's remains,'' Holloway told "Today." "I thought, you know, there may be something to this. … We've chased a lot of leads and this one is by far the most credible lead I've seen in the last 12 years."

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Natalee Holloway, the Alabama teenager who disappeared in Aruba more than 12 years ago, was seen riding in a white car by a classmate who stopped for street food after leaving a bar, which was one of the last times Holloway was seen alive, according to Oxygen.com.
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