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NEW: Suspect pleads guilty to the murder of missing Oklahoma teenager

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Chadd Raymond: Courtesy- Oklahoma County Jail

UPDATE: 2/13/15 EDMOND, Okla- Chadd Raymond pled guilty Friday in connection with the murder of Anne Hill. He was sentenced to life in prison but the judge suspended all but the first 35 years. He says he and Chloe Thomas strangled Hill April 11, 2014. Her body has still not been found.

1/12/15 EDMOND,  Okla. - A metro family is still searching for the body of their daughter.

Anne Hill was reported missing last April.

In October, authorities arrested 16-year-old Chadd Raymond and 17-year-old Chloe Thomas for first-degree murder related to Hill's disappearance.

Thomas allegedly told investigators she and Raymond dumped Anne’s body in a “wooded area in an unknown location.”

"It's just been constant search and constant search and constant search," said Darcie Parton-Scoon, a private investigator.

Parton-Scoon works with an organization that specializes in searching for missing children.

She and numerous others have searched more than 2,000 areas, covering more than 200 linear miles searching for Anne Hill.

"We are sad. I mean it's just so frustrating to have to tell the family after every search - no," said Parton-Scoon.

 

Now, the private investigator is releasing information she has received from a confession in the case.

She believes this information may help identify where Anne's body could be.

Parton-Scoon believes the suspects truly do not know exactly where they left the body and have only been able to give these vague indicators:

  • Near an oil or pump site area in a largely open field
  • Close proximity of a highway
  • Has a white building, possibly a trailer home between the highway and well site
  • Possibly close to an exit with a natural or man-made rock formation
  • A rural area with a wooded perimeter.

"They actually said that they covered her with brush in a wooded area," she said. "They were able to describe areas to me without being able to describe how they got there. So I feel very confident in the description of the general area."

She is hoping someone out there will recognize the area so that they can finally bring Anne home to her family.

"They have to have that. There's no way that they will ever be able to move on until that happens," she said.

If you are aware of an area that matches those descriptions, please call (404)500-9376.

 

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