2nd vehicle investigated in manhunt for Casey White, Vicky White

(NewsNation) — A stolen vehicle abandoned in Indiana is being investigated in connection to the manhunt for escaped inmate Casey White and Alabama correctional officer Vicky White, U.S. Marshals confirmed Monday.

Investigators were notified Sunday night that a 2006 Ford F-150 had been discovered at a car wash in the 2000 block of South Weinbach Avenue in Evansville. The owner of the car wash provided police security images of the vehicle, according to a news release.

(Photo courtesy of the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Office)

According to local reports, the vehicle had been reported stolen from Williamson County, Tennessee. Evansville is about 175 miles north of Williamson County, where an orange 2007 Ford Edge had been discovered Thursday in a tow lot about two hours north of Florence, where the fugitive investigation began April 29. 

The pair have been missing since Friday, April 29, when officer Vicky White drove the two away from the Lauderdale County Detention Center in Florence, Alabama, and vanished nearly without a trace.

Investigators say Casey White and Vicky White are believed to be armed and dangerous, carrying a shotgun and an AR-15-style rifle.

Authorities released rendered photos last week, showing Casey White’s tattoos and also what Vicky might look like with brown hair and no bangs. They are also offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to their capture. Anyone who sees the pair is urged not to approach or follow them but instead call 911 immediately.

Check back for updates as this story is developing.

View the full NewsNation special report into the manhunt and the duo’s special relationship here.


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