Jessica Brown with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says investigators continue to collect and process evidence.
"We are still collecting evidence in different areas, for example we were able to process Ms Speir's car and collected items of evidence and sent that to our lab and are hoping to get some results that may give us an idea what happen to Ms Speir," said Brown
The OSBI and Cotton County Sheriff's Office are still seeking the public's help and to call them if they have any information on Speir's whereabouts call 1- 800- 522- 8017.
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