The Kentucky State Police assisted an out-of-state agency Thursday by giving support at a location on KY Hwy. 90.
An agency, which was not named and would not comment on the case they were working, brought dogs to search the woods in an area located just east of the KY Hwy. 90/Hwy. 558 intersection.
The area is commonly referred to as the “Hoot Owl Hollow” junction. The location being searched was across Ky. 90 from the The Bulldog Alley bowling alley, about five miles north of Albany.
“We were assisting an out-of-state agency so we will have no comment. My understanding is that they will not be doing a release,” KSP Public Affairs Officer Billy Gregory said in an e-mail response for information about the activity from the Clinton County News.
Gregory said the search was a “wild goose chase” that led to the discovery of dog bones and not human remains, as was earlier reported.
No official press release has been issued on the open case.