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NOW ON GMM: Missing child report leads to human trafficking arrests in Biloxi

DEVELOPING OVERNIGHT: A missing child report in Biloxi led detectives to three people now charged with human trafficking. Turn on Good Morning Mississippi for more details. 

This morning investigators are trying to figure out what caused a popular Destin restaurant to go up in flames overnight. We have video showing flames coming out of the roof on GMM.

Meteorologist Tommy Richards says we can expect below normal temperatures with dry conditions throughout the day. Catch his full forecast right now on GMM.>> http://shout.lt/1n28

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