This is a partial transcript from "On the Record," January 29, 2005, that has been edited for clarity.

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GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: We have another story developing here at home, the mysterious disappearance of Cindy Lynch, last seen January 18 at the Georgia marina where she lives with her husband, Chet.

Joining us from Savannah are Cindy's stepfather, Bill Toulson, and Cindy's mother, Joyce Toulson.

Welcome to both of you. Joyce, anything in the last 24 hours, any news on your daughter at all?

JOYCE TOULSON, MOTHER OF CINDY LYNCH: No, ma'am. We still don't know anything.

VAN SUSTEREN: What do you think happened to your daughter, Joyce?

J. TOULSON: I don't really know, Greta. It's like she's disappeared. I don't know what could have happened to her.


J. TOULSON: Of course, I want to believe that she's still alive and maybe watching us tonight. And I hope for her return.

VAN SUSTEREN: Bill, did Cindy drink at all, or have a drinking problem? Because I've heard some people have said that. Is that true or false?


VAN SUSTEREN: Why do you think that that's sort of been circulating? Do you think people are trying to smear Cindy?

B. TOULSON: I would think so. Yes, ma'am.

VAN SUSTEREN: We've done a little research, Bill, and one of the things that we've come up with, and maybe you can verify it or not, is the boat that she lived on with her husband, Chet — or does live on — is in her name alone. Do you know if the boat's in her name alone?

B. TOULSON: To the best of my knowledge, it is. Yes, ma'am.

VAN SUSTEREN: Do you know why the boat is in her name and not her husband's name?

B. TOULSON: No, ma'am, I can't speculate on that. No ma'am.

VAN SUSTEREN: Joyce, what kind of relationship did Chet and your daughter have, or do they have?

J. TOULSON: OK, to begin with, it was probably OK, but the last six months or more it was shaky.

VAN SUSTEREN: When was the last time you saw Cindy, Joyce?

J. TOULSON: Saw her? OK, I saw her at Christmas. They came Thanksgiving and Christmas.

VAN SUSTEREN: Did she mention any problems she might have or any reason she might have to leave home?

J. TOULSON: No. No. We've had discussions about their marital affairs. About her actually leaving home, she said, "I'm staying" and just "Momma, pray for me, you know, that I can see things through."

VAN SUSTEREN: It seems to me, Joyce, there are three things that might have happened. One is that she just took off and left. The second is that there's been some foul play. And the third is that she had an accident, that she had fell off the dock. Which of the three seems most probable to you?

J. TOULSON: Well, she's well familiar with the dock and I don't think that she would have just fallen off. Of course, that was possible, but I don't think she would have fallen off. And of course, you know, it's just a mystery because I don't know where she could be. She was in the parking lot that night and then she's gone. So I don't know what could have happened to her.

VAN SUSTEREN: Well, we're going to continue to stay on this. You know we've been down there and looked around. We've got a lot of people to talk to and hopefully, we'll have good news for you in that we will find your daughter and find her in good health. I appreciate both of you joining us this evening.

B. TOULSON: Thank you, Greta.

J. TOULSON: Thank you very much.

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