Klein Investigators, who were hired by the family of missing teen, Molly Miller, say they believe they're coming close to bringing closure to the families of both Molly Miller and Colt Haynes, who have been missing since July 8th 2013. Just last week, District Attorney Craig Ladd requested the OSBI open a full investigation into the disappearance and possible homicides of Miller and Haynes.
Philip Klein with Klein investigators says the FBI, OSBI, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, along with U.S. Marshals, continued their search operations along Long Hollow Road this week, where the family of James Conn Nipp owns property.
He's the last person OHP says saw Miller and Haynes alive.
Nipp pleaded guilty to eluding officers during a police chase through Love County and was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 10 years probation, last week.
Klein says, later this week, they plan to fly drones above the Nipp family property to view areas his team hasn't been able to view on foot.
"To get a good look at the topography, to get a good look at some of the lakes, or actually ponds that are on the property, and we'll actually be getting a look at some of the ground surfaces near some of the lakes that are points of interest for us to look at," said Klein.
Klein also says they are asking for the public's help in locating D.J. Epley for questioning.
They believe he was one of the last people to speak with Molly.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to get in touch with the investigative team:
Molly Miller Hotline (580) 798-8157 or firstname.lastname@example.org