CHINA GROVE, N.C. -- Investigators served another search warrant Wednesday as the search continued for Erica Parsons, the missing Salisbury girl who has not been seen for the last two years.
Her adoptive parents, Sandy and Casey Parsons have said they turned her over to her biological grandmother when she was 13-years-old but the Rowan County Sheriff's Office said investigators did not believe the couple was telling the truth.
The new search warrant was served at the home of Sandy Parsons' step-parents, Janet and William Parsons, on Sutton Road in China Grove.
Janet said investigators looked inside a shed that Sandy had used to store some of his things. She said she did not object to the search, even though the focus was on her son.
"They can come and search and if they find anything I'm 100% comfortable. I just want Erica found," she said.
According to the search warrant, investigators found and took vacuum cleaner parts, school records of Sandy and Casey Parsons, a hammer and some teeth.
Janet said she did not know anything about the teeth.
"They said they were in a little box so it could have been a keepsake or something like that. I don't know," she said.
The Center for Missing and Exploited Children released a new image showing what Erica might look like now, at age 15, two years after she disappeared.
The reward for information now totals $15,000.
"We all want to think positive that she is OK. I just hope they find Erica," Janet said.