Still No Suspects

By: Amy Kehm
By: Amy Kehm

Despite tons of leads, police still are not naming any suspects. In fact, they still are not even classifying Rachael Good's disappearance as a criminal matter -- saying it is a missing person case.

In Elkton Friday, the "Missing Person" signs that used to cover the store fronts are mostly down. But police are adamant that they are still working the case.

Virginia State Police Sgt. Gary Settle comments, "We've used a lot of resources in this investigation and it's led us out of state to multi-states."

But police will not say just what states they were. And there is still no suspect.

"We certainly used our helicopter, and our dogs - cadaver dogs search teams," notes Settle.

Meanwhile, Good's family is, of course, still pleading for information. "We miss Rachel; we loved Rachel, and we would like to have her back," says her mom, Brenda Brown.

So police and the family want you to come forward with anything that could break the case.

Brown notes, "We need a legion of angels right now to come around and help us with this case and we appreciate any information that we can get."

Police confirm there have been quite a few "persons of interest," in this case - many of whom have been eliminated. But police won't comment on who they are or were.


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