The ex-husband of Shelley Mook, who has been missing for nearly two years, has lost an appeal to gain custody of his daughter.
According to WGNS, Tyler Mook took custody of the girl following Mook's disappearance. The child remained in his custody for a short period of time before being placed in the custody of her grandmother.
On Monday, the Tennessee Supreme Court denied Mook and his parents from appealing the custody case in order to seek parental rights.
Shelley Mook has been missing since February 2011. Authorities located her burned car in Murfreesboro days after her disappearance.
Authorities previously said through cell phone records, it appears Mook went to her ex-husband's home in Bedford County to drop off their young daughter.
Anyone with information on Shelley Mook's whereabouts is urged to call Shelbyville police at 931-684-5811 or the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-TBI-FIND.