LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. -- The search continued Saturday for missing Amish woman Linda Stoltzfoos, who went missing over two months ago.
Authorities say, the search party, which consisted of over 600 volunteers trained in search and rescue, along with several K-9 units from various agencies, gathered at the Ridgeview Mennonite Church to join Middle Creek Search and Rescue.
Saturday's search area focused on East Earl and West Earl townships.
The search detail began around 7 a.m. and ended around 6 p.m.
Approximately, 2.5 square miles were searched.
Linda was still not located.
Middle Creek Search and Rescue lead the searching efforts with the assistance of the Pennsylvania State Police, Troop J Criminal Investigations Unit, the East Lampeter Twp. Police Department, the FBI, and other local law enforcement.
The Pennsylvania State Police commented on the search efforts in a statement.
"We continue to have the same goal in this case, to continue to work together, as a community, to locate Linda Stoltzfoos. We cannot thank the volunteers, the community, and our law enforcement partners enough for continuing to work together to help locate Linda."
Brett Hambright, spokesperson for the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office, said," We thank the many searchers for their efforts. The investigation is ongoing and all remain committed to doing everything we can to bring Linda home."
Agencies continue to work around the clock and all investigative leads continue to be investigated.