Officials plan to comb through trash in search for missing girls
Residential, commercial trash from Evansdale to be set aside
As the search for Elizabeth Collins, 8, and her cousin Lyric Cook-Morrissey, 10, enters its sixth day, law enforcement agencies continue to leave no stone unturned while seeking out clues to the girls' disappearance last Friday.
Several sources have confirmed that law enforcement officials have called for all residential and commercial trash in the city of Evansdale to be set aside in the Black Hawk County landfill, to be searched through by those involved in the ongoing investigation.
Brett Vette, administrator of the Black Hawk County Solid Waste Management Commission, confirmed that law enforcement were searching through garbage dumped at the county landfill Monday. However, no such activity was reported on Tuesday.
Debbie Acklin of Black Hawk Waste Disposal has also confirmed such proceedings are taking place.
"I can confirm that all Evansdale trash is being segregated in the Black Hawk County Landfill for law enforcement to search if they so choose," Acklin said.
Acklin went on to say that no members of the search movement have searched through the trash on Wednesday.More information on Wednesday's search proceedings will be made available during today's press conference at 4 p.m.