UPDATE (1:50 pm) — The Mobile County Sheriff’s Office says they did not find any evidence during their search.
UPDATE (8:22 am) — Deputies have returned to the home to begin a search. Tents have been set up in the back yard of the home.
UPDATE 3:06 PM: Mobile Police confirmed the search Monday morning in Grand Bay came after a tip regarding the remains of Brittney Wood.
According to Mobile Police a tip came in after after a new age-progression photo of Wood was released last week. Wood originally went missing in 2012.
Following up on the lead, MCSO got a search warrant, which resulted in hits on Ramsey Blvd. from the dog. This week, as soon as the weather permits, MCSO will execute the search warrant to do the dig. In the meantime, MCSO will be securing the location of 11070 Ramsey Blvd. Grand Bay, AL 36541. That is the exact location for the dig. MPD says the reasoning MCSO is performing the search is because it is out of their jurisdiction.
MPD’s lead investigator, Sgt. Jeffrey Corley says that the address on Ramsey Boulevard was previously searched. But with the new tip and the hit from the dog, as always, they follow up on every new development.
Brittney Wood was last seen at her uncle’s house hear Styx River.
UPDATE 9:24 AM: Deputies are searching around a vacant trailer on Ramsey Boulevard. County public works crews were called in to help clear brush around the rear of the property. It’s not clear what deputies are looking for.
MCSO Captain Paul Burch said this was part of an ongoing investigation but had no further details than that. He said they’d continue working at the site today unless rain forced them to postpone for another day. Burch couldn’t say what investigation this work is tied to adding that there is no danger to the general public.
GRAND BAY, Ala. (WKRG) — Officers with the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office are currently investigating a home in Grand Bay. It’s happening in the Ramsey Estates area of Grand Bay. We are working on getting more information this morning.
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