An “item of interest” has been found out in the research for a lacking Kentucky mom final seen six decades in the past, FBI officers claimed.
The FBI in Louisville mentioned Friday that investigators scouring for clues about the disappearance of Crystal Marie Rogers, 35, recovered the unspecified product at the Woodlawn Springs subdivision in Bardstown, exactly where the mom of five was claimed missing in July 2015.
“This product is staying even more evaluated and we will release further data as it gets available,” the agency tweeted. “We know there are folks in the group who have details on Crystal’s disappearance. Now is the time to occur forward.”
Times before, FBI Louisville declared that investigators had been led to the subdivision based mostly off facts collected in the previous yr.
“While we do not have a timeline in regards to when the look for will conclude, we will carry on our attempts for as long as it takes,” FBI Louisville tweeted Thursday. “We enjoy the community’s assistance, particularly the residents of the Woodlawn Springs subdivision.”
Investigators obtained a “flood of tips” right after asserting a number of searches at the subdivision previous 7 days.
“We know that there are people today out there who have particular details about Crystal’s disappearance and want to do the correct matter,” FBI Louisville tweeted Saturday. “We remain committed to bringing justice.”
A $25,000 reward is remaining made available for information top to the arrest and conviction in the missing mom’s scenario.
State and area investigators have executed look for warrants at homes belonging to Rogers’ then-boyfriend, Brooks Houck — an first suspect who has denied involvement in her disappearance, the Louisville Courier-Journal documented.
Houck is also the father of a single of Rogers’ sons and owns properties in the subdivision, the newspaper noted very last week.
“It’s been a quite tough week,” Rogers’ mother, Sherry Ballard, instructed the paper Thursday. “And I do have a good deal of hope that this is exactly where the investigation wants to be at and that they could be in a position to provide me answers this time.”
A few attributes owned by Houck, believed to be the last person to see Rogers alive, were being searched previous week, WDRB reported.
“You hope it will get solved,” Bardstown resident Paul Monin informed the station of the 6-calendar year lacking-individual probe. “I feel the full town wants it.”
No arrests have been announced in the situation as of midday Monday. A message searching for comment from an FBI spokesperson in Louisville was not instantly returned.
Rogers, who was noted lacking by her mother on July 5, 2015, was very last found two days earlier.
Her purple Chevrolet Impala was discovered abandoned on July 5 with a flat tire along the Bluegrass Parkway — with her keys, cellphone and purse even now within, FBI officials have reported.