MILTON, Pa. — Police say divers searching a Pennsylvania pond are working on the case of woman who’s been missing since 1989, hours after officers searched the woman’s former home.
Sunbury police Chief Tim Miller announced in June that the investigation had been reopened when crews were seen removing concrete from a home in Milton.
The Daily Item reports police brought in heavy equipment and divers to a pond near Lewisburg on Thursday morning.
On Wednesday night, the state police accompanied Sunbury police to a home in that town where Barbara Miller once lived.
Miller was 30 when she attended a wedding in Milton in June 1989 and was never seen again.
She was reported missing several days later by her ex-boyfriend, a former Sunbury police detective who told investigators that he last saw Miller get into a vehicle with two unidentified males.