LIVONIA, Mich. (WJBK) - Nothing has been found yet in Hines Park in relation to the disappearance of Danielle Stislicki, according to officials.
"There's not a specific piece of evidence that leads us here today," said Farmington Hills Police Chief Chuck Nebus.
However there is a connection between Floyd Galloway, who was arrested for a sexual assault allegedly committed at Hines Park. Galloway also was the security guard where 28-year-old Danielle Stislicki worked.
"People who commit these types of crimes, if they dispose of a body somewhere it's usually somewhere they're familiar with," Nebus said.
The police chief says they have talked to one individual several times, but said he cannot give any further information.
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Roughly 155 law enforcement types - the FBI, sheriffs, fire personnel - combed through Hines Park in an attempt to find any clue as to the disappearance of Stislicki, who is been missing since December 2016, when she was last seen leaving her MetLife job in Southfield.
"The woods are very, very thick and of course, we're looking in areas where someone would hide somebody," Nebus said
But as the end of Wednesday, they had found nothing.
The Stislicki family was kept up to speed throughout the investigation.
"We're communicating with them. We've been talking to them the last couple of days. We let them know we're doing a search. They're very appreciative, expressed their appreciation to all the searchers this morning during our briefing," Nebus said.