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LAFAYETTE, LA (WAFB) -
than two weeks of searching for a missing UL-Lafayette student, there is still
no sign of the young woman.
searchers continue to keep a look-out on Whiskey Bay, the area where Mickey Shunick's
bicycle was found.
Friday, a Houston-based
search and rescue team announced it is heading back to Texas headquarters until
another break comes in the case. Still, all of the support from the community
means a lot to the Shunick family, which continues to remain positive.
says they're not giving up and we're not giving up hope," said Charlie
Shunick, the missing woman's sister. "She's out there somewhere. We have
to find her."
reward still stands for anyone who knows Shunick's location.
21-year-old disappeared May 19 while riding her bike home in Lafayette. Fishermen
found her bike at the Whiskey Bay exit off Interstate 10 on May 27.
Lafayette Police Department released new details on May 29 about an analysis by
the Louisiana State Police crime lab into the bicycle that was found.
stated there was damage to the rear of the bike, but they did not elaborate
about how the bike might have been damaged.
said they believe the bike was dumped in that area the same morning Shunick
disappeared. They also do not believe the bike was thrown from the overpass
into the water below. Instead, they believe whoever dumped the bike took it to
the swampy area and tossed it into the water.
have spoken with drivers and occupants of two of the three vehicles shown on
the video showing Shunick riding her bicycle. Cpl. Paul Mouton said nobody in a
car or a pickup truck with a bed cover had information about or connection to
are still looking for information about a newer model, four-door, white
Chevrolet Z-71 pickup truck that was heading the same direction as Shunick.