Richmond police, with assistance from Kentucky State Police, executed a search warrant in Garrard County in connection to the case of Savannah Spurlock.
Spurlock, 22, Richmond, was last seen on Jan. 4 leaving a bar in Lexington with two men.
"It's a top priority for us," said Rodney Richardson, assistant chief of Richmond police. "The case is as active as it ever has been."
Richardson declined to comment as to the detail of the search warrant, but added that no arrests have been made.
A LEX18 article states police seized a vehicle from the property, which the article states is the home of the parents of one of the men last seen with Spurlock.
Richardson said police are still welcoming information from the public, as well.
Spurlock has shoulder length brown/blond hair, multiple tattoos including a rose on left shoulder, “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me” on right side torso and “I’m her daughter” on her back. She was last seen wearing a black sleeveless top and a maroon skirt with heels.
Richardson wouldn't comment as to what led investigators to obtain and execute the search warrant at the Garrard County home, but said as the lead investigators on the case, they could execute the warrant, even though it's outside of Richmond.
"We're all peace officers in the commonwealth of Kentucky. We can't arrest in other areas, but we can serve warrants and ask state police for assistance. They work really well with us."
Contact RPD with any information about the case at 859-624- 4776 or email@example.com
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