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TOWN OF CARTER (WAOW) -
Wabeno authorities say a massive search was conducted Saturday in the Town of Carter in connection with the Stephanie Low case.
Wabeno Police Chief Michael Ashbeck told Newsline 9 several items were found in the forest during the search and were sent to the state crime lab for analysis.
Authorities will not say what those items were or how they could be related to the Low case.
They say no human remains were found Saturday.
Authorities say 85 people were involved in the search effort, including Stephanie's family.
Newsline 9 spoke with Stephanie's mother, Claudia Blake, who says Saturday's search provided "no answers" for her and her family.
The Wabeno Police Chief says the Town of Carter and surrounding area were also searched about a year ago, and this latest search was performed to follow up on leads and canvass the area more thoroughly.
He said it could take weeks before any results come back from the state crime lab.
Stephanie Low went missing in October 2010. She was last seen at her apartment in Wausau.
Newsline 9 will continue to follow this developing story and bring you the latest.
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