One day after the FBI announced it was taking the lead on the Crystal Rogers case, the investigation continues.Search warrants wrapped up at two of the three locations being searched Thursday, but the FBI continued to have a heavy presence at the Houck Family Farm on Paschal Ballard Lane on Friday.The FBI is remaining tight-lipped about their investigation, but there was plenty of activity for a second consecutive day. WLKY has seen multiple agents and on the other side of the farm, and several tents have been set up. The location has been searched before in connection to the 2015 disappearance of Bardstown mother of five Crystal Rogers. It’s the area where she’s last thought to have been seen alive. Later in the day, the FBI took Rogers’ car, which was found abandoned five years ago by the Bluegrass Parkway with keys still in the ignition and a flat tire.On Thursday, crews worked all day on land and in the water. We watched crews at Brooks Houck’s home and his brother’s home. Houck is the only suspect to be named in the case and IRS agents spent about 10 hours at his home, leaving the residence with boxes, hard drives and guns. Meanwhile at Nick Houck’s home, a pickup truck became a main point of interest for much of the day.The FBI have not commented on — and we don’t expect them to — what was collected, what it could mean to the case or even how long they’ll be out here. But the family of Crystal Rogers says they’re grateful for the continued efforts of law enforcement and felt confident there will be justice.On Thursday, the FBI launched a website to help get more tips in Rogers’ case. They said since then, it has received several tips about other unsolved deaths in Bardstown: Tommy Ballard (Crystal’s father), Jason Ellis and Kathy and Samantha Netherland.Their names have since been added to the site.While the family of Crystal Rogers has so far declined to do interviews, they tell WLKY they’re grateful for the continued efforts of law enforcement and are hopeful in the direction the case is taking.

One day after the FBI announced it was taking the lead on the Crystal Rogers case, the investigation continues.

Search warrants wrapped up at two of the three locations being searched Thursday, but the FBI continued to have a heavy presence at the Houck Family Farm on Paschal Ballard Lane on Friday.

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The FBI is remaining tight-lipped about their investigation, but there was plenty of activity for a second consecutive day. WLKY has seen multiple agents and on the other side of the farm, and several tents have been set up.

The location has been searched before in connection to the 2015 disappearance of Bardstown mother of five Crystal Rogers. It’s the area where she’s last thought to have been seen alive.

Later in the day, the FBI took Rogers’ car, which was found abandoned five years ago by the Bluegrass Parkway with keys still in the ignition and a flat tire.

Crystal Rogers' car

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Crystal Rogers’ car

On Thursday, crews worked all day on land and in the water. We watched crews at Brooks Houck’s home and his brother’s home. Houck is the only suspect to be named in the case and IRS agents spent about 10 hours at his home, leaving the residence with boxes, hard drives and guns.

Meanwhile at Nick Houck’s home, a pickup truck became a main point of interest for much of the day.

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The FBI have not commented on — and we don’t expect them to — what was collected, what it could mean to the case or even how long they’ll be out here. But the family of Crystal Rogers says they’re grateful for the continued efforts of law enforcement and felt confident there will be justice.

On Thursday, the FBI launched a website to help get more tips in Rogers’ case. They said since then, it has received several tips about other unsolved deaths in Bardstown: Tommy Ballard (Crystal’s father), Jason Ellis and Kathy and Samantha Netherland.

Their names have since been added to the site.

While the family of Crystal Rogers has so far declined to do interviews, they tell WLKY they’re grateful for the continued efforts of law enforcement and are hopeful in the direction the case is taking.

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