The Billings Police Department is again asking for the public's help in tracking the movements of a white pickup truck they believe is related to the disappearance of a Billings woman.
There has been no confirmed sighting of Laura Johnson, 49, since Sept. 13, per information released by BPD earlier this month.
The most recent request for the public's assistance asks for information about the truck's whereabouts in areas police had not previously disclosed as of interest to their ongoing investigation.
The vehicle, a white 2012 Chevrolet Silverado crew cab pickup with "ADH Architectural Doors & Hardware" written on the side, is in police possession, according to a press release issued Friday afternoon by BPD Lt. Brandon Wooley.
Investigators are asking members of the public to speak with them if they saw the pickup of interest on Sept. 15 between 9:10 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. east of Billings.
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Areas of interest where the truck may have been seen include Shepherd, Huntley, Worden, Pompeys Pillar "and possibly Custer," the press release says.
In addition to people who may have seen the truck, police investigators are also asking "businesses and individuals who may have surveillance cameras on that date, that specifically capture roads leading in and out of these areas, to please review footage and contact us with anything potentially relevant to the investigation," the release says.
Anyone with information is asked to call 406-657-8473.
On Oct. 16, police issued a press release asking for members of the public to come forward if they had seen the pickup truck south of Laurel during the evening hours of Sept. 14 or during the day on Sept. 15.
Johnson has been listed missing out of Washington state since Sept. 28. The BPD crime scene investigations van was seen parked in front of a property on the night of Oct. 5 on the 300 block of Windsor Circle South and investigators could be seen on the property. Police on scene said they believed the trailer home was Johnson's residence in Billings.