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Investigators Search Love County For New Evidence In Missing Teens Case

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Molly Miller (center) and Colt Haynes (right) were last seen in early July 2013. Molly Miller (center) and Colt Haynes (right) were last seen in early July 2013.
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Molly Miller and Colt Haynes have not been seen since July 2013. Over the weekend, new information led investigators to a road in Love County, close to where the teens disappeared.

“We're following up on some credible tips that we have learned regarding the case,” said investigator Philip Klein.

Crews spent the entire day Sunday combing the area. James Conn Nipp, believed by investigators to be the last person who saw Miller and Haynes, is serving a 10-year prison sentence for leading officers on a high speed chase through Love County.

7/8/2014 Related Story: Man Believed Last Seen With Missing Teens Sentenced For High-Speed Chase

Investigators said the two missing teens were passengers in the car he was driving, which was later found near the search site.

According to the lead investigator, search teams recovered some evidence that could be linked to this case, but that's all the information they released.

7/10/2014 Related Story: Agencies Step Up Efforts To Find Answers In Molly Miller Disappearance

Investigators strongly urged anyone with information to come forward, if they haven't already.

Leave an anonymous tip on the the Molly Miller Tip Line at (580) 798-8157

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