CLARKSTON, Wash. (AP) -- Investigators in eastern Washington's Asotin County say they're still following leads in the case of a Clarkston mom who went missing two years ago.
Detective Jackie Nichols told the Lewiston Tribune ((http://bit.ly/IRATFe ) that officers are making progress in piecing together the evidence and figuring out what happened to Rachael Anderson.
The mother of four was last seen in Moscow, Idaho on April 16, 2010. Police believe she was murdered, and they say they have people of interest in the case. Anderson's oldest daughter, 26-year-old Amber Griswold of Lewiston, says she's felt frozen in time for the past two years. She hopes for a resolution, but says she's also afraid to know the truth.
Information from: Lewiston Tribune, http://www.lmtribune.com