HOBE SOUND, Fla-- The canvassing area continues to get bigger as the tactical search and rescue effort gets smaller.
Meanwhile, an entire community is still shaken by the disappearance of 30-year-old Tricia Todd.
“We think we pretty much have nailed down the comings and goings up until her husbands says that sometime around 2-o-clock she left,” said Sheriff William Snyder.
In a one-on-one interview Friday, Snyder said investigators are getting an even clearer picture of what happened in the hours leading up to the Hobe Sound mother’s disappearance on April 27th.
“We do have some video clips where Tricia’s vehicle was seen that night. We have some information from family and friends that are filling in the gaps,” said Snyder.
Her ex-husband the last to report seeing her very early Wednesday morning when she left the Airbnb house he was renting. She was there helping him with their sick daughter.
So sometime between 2am and 11am that morning, when she was supposed to pick up her daughter, Tricia Todd went missing.
Investigators found her car near her home with the keys and her purse inside the car. Though, her wallet and her phone are missing.
While deputies have been actively searching and pursuing leads, and digging through her digital world for nearly nine days, the Sheriff says there is still no evidence of a crime or clues pointing to what could have happened.
“It’s a nightmare case,” said Snyder. “Our whole lives as law enforcement personnel is to seek justice and to protect people. In this case, Todd is missing. We want justice. We want answers. We want to solve this mystery. And we continue working. There’s literally nothing we could do more than we’re doing now.”
MCSO has said there was a reported case of domestic violence between Tricia and her ex-husband in the past. However, the ex-husband has been interviewed several times and submitted to a polygraph test, and the Sheriff has said there are no indications that the ex-husband had anything to do with her disappearance at this point.
The Sheriff says they have extended the canvassing to Tequesta and a little north of Hobe Sound. The volunteer search efforts are continuing as well.