After a day-long search with cadaver dogs in the Waco Bay area, authorities have no new information on the disappearance of Carey Mae Parker.
“Since 2010, I have spoken to several people across Texas and Oklahoma and everything that I uncovered in this case came back to the Waco Bay edition,” said Sgt. Jeff Haines of the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office. “This area was never searched.”
On Saturday, the Hunt County Sheriff’s office began a search of Waco Bay in conjunction with the Criminal Investigation Division and the nonprofit group Community United Effort. Within CUE is a K-9 organization called Mark 9 which uses HRDD (Human Remains Detection Dogs), Haines said.
“The dogs searched the area with GPS tracking devices and we were able to monitor their behavior and location, but unfortunately nothing overtly obvious was recovered,” he said. “The full report is still being processed.”
The Waco Bay Estate is a subdivision just south of Quinlan, Texas, where Parker lived. Haines said based on multiple interviews, that was the last area anyone had actually seen her around the time she went missing. She has been missing since 1991.
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