The mystery surrounding
the disappearance of Bill and Lorraine Currier continues. The Essex couple has
been missing since last June, and police have been digging for evidence at a
former home site for the past two days in connection with the case.
Friday, crews with Essex
police and the Vermont State police were back at the scene on Route 15 in Essex
shortly after 8 a.m. to continue digging for evidence.
Around 4:15 p.m., crews in
white suits that had been sifting through dirt at the scene wrapped up their
materials for the day. They had set up a number of pieces of heavy equipment,
as well as a tent and multiple tarps to help them in their search.
Friday was the second day
the crime scene search teams were out working this location and we're told that
it was a tip to police that led them there. The big question is what exactly
they're looking for in connection to the Currier case and whether or not they
Investigators have not
addressed the media in the last two days. A press release issued late Friday
afternoon said police would have no comment about the search or any evidence
recovered due to the sensitive nature of the ongoing investigation.