Authorities dig near home of Harvest woman missing 10 years

Authorities dig near home of Harvest woman missing 10 years
The Madison County Sheriff's Office dug near the home of Jennifer Powers on April 9, 2018.

HARVEST, AL (WAFF) - After some time at the location of Granto Road and digging and collecting evidence to be processed forensically, investigators are reducing their visibility on the property.

Investigator say they are happy with where they have come in the investigation and are going to continue the investigation to bring closure to family and justice to anyone involved in her disappearance

Last week, a search was underway next door to the home of a woman missing for a decade.

Jennifer Fay Powers went missing in July 2008. There has been no sign of her, but investigators do have a person of interest.

Last week the Madison County Sheriff's Office began digging outside a home on Granto Road next to where Powers lived before she disappeared. Investigators did not confirm or deny the search is related to her disappearance.

"With the activities at Granto Road, it is obvious that additional information prompted our return to the property. At this time the source or means of delivery of the information will not be discussed. When additional reportable information is made available to my office it will be provided to the media," said a sheriff's office spokesman.

A $10,000 reward has been offered for information on what happened to her.

[READ MORE: Family and investigators still hopeful in finding missing woman, ten years later]

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