Officials with Cajun Coast Search and Rescue say they will return to the Vermilion River in Lafayette Sunday morning to continue searching for Daisy Lynn Landry, who was last seen May 23.
According to spokesman Toney Wade, the group will also be offering an additional $5,000 reward for any information that leads to the location of Daisy Lynn.
Last month, dogs picked up a scent near the Camellia Boulevard Bridge. Wade said searchers will continue to explore log piles and fields in that area.
A grand jury indicted a Lafayette man, Malik Davis, in Landry’s death Aug. 9. He had been arrested on a charge of second-degree murder in Landry’s disappearance on May 31.