Essex Junction, Vermont - September 9, 2011
A judge has ordered the release of information connected to the investigation of a missing Essex couple.
Bill and Lorraine Currier vanished three months ago.
Police have remained tight-lipped about their investigation, but a judge is now making some information about the investigation public, following a public records request by the Burlington Free Press.
According to the paper, documents show police were looking for evidence of burglary, unlawful mischief and trespass when they applied for two search warrants.
It's unclear exactly what police searched or what they found. A judge allowed some of that information to be blacked-out.
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