Posted: Jan 2, 2013 6:00 PM by KXLF
Updated: Jan 2, 2013 6:07 PM
Anaconda Police Chief Tim Barkell said they have combed every area they think Tammy Salle, missing Anaconda woman, could be. Barkell said they are running out of places to search.
Authorities used cell phone triangulations that came from Salle's boyfriend, John Goldberg's, cell phone, according to Barkell.
"Every single one has been searched at this time and nothing has been found," Barkell said.
Salle's daughter reported she last heard from her mother the Sunday before Christmas, Dec. 23. Salle was last physically seen Saturday, Dec. 22.
Barkell assigned ten officers to search for Salle last weekend. There are usually two officers on duty at one time, according to Barkell.
"Officers have searched all through town including dumpsters and everything we can think of," Barkell said. "Abandoned buildings everything we got here has been searched."
A volunteer search team assembled for the first time this week. So far they have they have found nothing, according to Laurie Curry of Anaconda. Curry assembled the volunteer search team through a Facebook page she created last week called, "Help find Tammy Salle."
Barkell does not believe the volunteer team will have any more luck than law enforcement.
"They are going to probably be searching mostly the same areas we've searched," Barkell said.
Barkell said they will know more when they receive the results from the Montana State Crime Lab. Authorities took evidence to the crime lab on Monday. Bloody towels, bloody rugs and hair were discovered in trash bins at Goldberg's grandmother's house at 711 Main Street in Anaconda.
Authorities will continue to follow all leads, according to Barkell.
If you have any information about Salle, contact the Anaconda Police Department at (406) 563-5241.