Police Spotted At Homes Of Men Last Seen With Spierer

Investigators Release Few Details

Bloomington police and search dogs have been spotted at the homes of four people of interest in the disappearance of Indiana University student Lauren Spierer.

A Herald-Times photographer happened upon what appeared to be a search at the 5 North Townhomes late Wednesday afternoon.

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The newspaper reported that police searched the apartment of Corey Rossman, who was seen on surveillance video walking with Spierer to his apartment the morning she disappeared, and his roommate, Mike Beth.

It's unclear if investigators searched the nearby apartment of Jason "Jay" Rosenbaum, 21, the last person to admit seeing Spierer the morning of June 3. He lives two doors down from Rossman and Beth.

Police were also seen entering the home of Spierer's boyfriend, Jesse Wolff, in the 600 block of E. Ninth Street around 5 p.m. Wednesday, the newspaper reported.

"The activity observed today is an indication that this investigation remains active and ongoing, but we will continue with our policy of not discussing the details of the investigation including specific names or anything related to evidence obtained," Bloomington police Capt. Joe Qualters said in a statement to the media.

Police said previously that Beth, Rosenbaum, Rossman and Wolff all provided investigators with DNA.

Police did not return 6News' Stacia Matthews's requests for comment Thursday.

A prayer service for the Spierer family was scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday at Bloomington's Evangelical Community Church.

Spierer weighs about 90 pounds and is 4 feet 11 inches tall. Police asked anyone with information to call 812-339-4477.

More: Spierer Family's Website