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MORGAN COUNTY, Ind. -- The FBI assisted Bloomington Police in a search of an Indiana property Thursday as part of the ongoing investigation into the disappearance of Lauren Spierer, the Bloomington Police Department said.

Spierer, 20, of Westchester, was last seen in the early morning hours of June 3, 2011 in Bloomington, Indiana. She had spent the night drinking with friends at at Kilroy’s Sports Bar and a friend’s apartment earlier in the night, FOX59 reports.


Justin Wagers

The 20-year-old is from Greenburg in Westchester. No arrests have been made in her disappearance.

On Thursday, FBI agents searched the property belonging to the family of Justin Wagers on Old Morgantown Road, who was arrested last August in an indecent exposure case. He lived at the property prior to his arrest.

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A flier offers a plea for help finding Lauren Spierer, a 20-year-old Indiana University student and New York native who disappeared in June 2011.

He was accused of exposing himself to a woman at a Shell gas station near State Road 37 and Bluff Road. Police had been investigating a “serial flasher” wanted in several cases prior to Wagers’ arrest but could not say if he was connected to each case.

Now, law enforcement sources tell FOX59 the suspect may be connected to the disappearances of two other people as well.

At the property, the cadaver dogs indicated there was potential evidence at the scene, but police would not comment further.

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