Lubbock Police obtained a search warrant Thursday afternoon in the Zoe Campos case for a home in the 1900 block of 70th Street.
The warrant authorizes police to search the entire property for blood, trace evidence and human remains.
The woman who lives there has cooperated with police, but she’s not the property owner.
Police on Thursday morning set up a Mobile Emergency Response Center vehicle near the house and continued using specialized equipment in the backyard.
A tip led officers to the house last week. A bone was found, but police have not yet publicly released identifying information about it. Also, police on horseback searched a field Wednesday to the southeast of 66th Street and Interstate 27.
More searches are planned.
Campos was last seen on November 17, 2013. Her cell phone was last pinged near Lowrey Field which is close to both the home and field.
She was 18 when she disappeared. Someone other than Campos was seen driving her car in the days after she vanished. Her car was recovered at a Central Lubbock apartment complex. Officers did take forensic evidence from the car at that time.
So far, no one has been charged with a crime related to Campos’ disappearance.
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