ROWAN COUNTY, N.C. - A search warrant states a cadaver dog has found the possibility of human remains in connection with the search for a missing Rowan County teen.
Channel 9 obtained the search warrant filed late Monday at the Rowan County courthouse.
According to the documents, the FBI and Sheriff's Office brought a cadaver dog to the home of Erica Parsons' adoptive grandfather last month.
During the search, investigators say the dog hit on a corner of a red storage shed twice, indicating the possibility of human remains.
Investigators said they also seized a board from the shed and a jacket.
Parsons disappeared two years ago, although she wasn't reported missing until this summer.
See more on the search for Erica Parsons by clicking here.
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