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VAN WERT — Van Wert County Sheriff Tom Riggenbach announced the conclusion of the Middle Point investigation on Friday and said the investigation was part of the Van Wert City Police Department's missing person's investigation.

 

Riggenbach announced the searches at multiple properties, 304 S. Adams St. in Middle Point, 7266 Middle Point Wetzel Road, a field at the intersection of Slane and Galvin Roads, and a field and partial woods at the intersection of Church and Middle Point Wetzel Roads, all were wrapping up on Friday.

Sheriff Riggenbach also said the search warrants that were executed are related to the missing person investigation being conducted by the Van Wert City Police Department, involving Kori Glossett.

 

Sheriff Riggenbach advised that, during the execution of the search warrants, a number of pieces of evidence were collected by BCI agents for analysis.  Sheriff Riggenbach also advised he would not comment on the evidence collected by BCI agents.  Sheriff Riggenbach stated the missing person investigation being conducted by the Van Wert City Police Department is continuing, that several tips have been received and investigators are following up on those tips.  

 

Sheriff Riggenbach said investigators will be checking other locations as a part of this investigation.  As investigators will be checking other locations, Sheriff Riggenbach is asking hunters to be aware of this, and continue to be aware of their surroundings while they hunt, to maintain everyone’s safety.

 

Anyone with information regarding the missing person investigation involving Kori Glossett, is asked to contact the Van Wert City Police Department at 419-238-2462, Van Wert County Crime Stoppers at 419-238-STOP, or the Van Wert County Sheriff’s Office at 419-238-3866.  Citizens can also use the “Submit a CrimeTip” link on the Sheriff’s Office website at www.vanwertcountysheriff.com