A search continued in Tennessee on Saturday for a Nashville firefighter who has been missing since early Monday.
Search warrants for two residences were executed Friday in an effort to find Jesse Reed, 32, whose vehicle plunged into the Tennessee River in Waverly, authorities told the Tennessean.
Reed’s wife, who was a passenger, escaped from the vehicle and was found alive in a nearby ditch, Fox 17 Nashville reported.
Why Reed, or his body, have not been found yet has left authorities baffled.
“The car was empty,” Deputy Rob Edwards with the Humphreys County Sheriff’s Office said. “The windows were rolled down, which was weird. That was strange.”
Locations searched Friday were residences where Reed reportedly has lived — one in Humphreys County and the other in Cheatham County.
An official from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation told the Tennessean that the investigation was “active and ongoing.”
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SOURCE: Fox News, Amy Lieu