Kunkleman said Tuesday’s search was prompted by new information Dayton cold case investigators received from new interviews and re-interviews of people.
Kunkleman said the backyard search was focused on an area that would have been below a shed.
He said “human remain,” or cadaver dogs helped to narrow down the search. Kunkleman also said the current property owner has been cooperating.
“We want to bring some closure to the family if we can,” Kunkleman said. “If we don’t find her we want to eliminate this residence as a possibility.”
Mickey Langston said her niece was an upbeat and carefree person.
“She had a lot of boyfriends and she was just looking for love and that’s what I’m afraid led to all this,” Langston said.
Forrest was four months pregnant when she disappeared in June of 2010.
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