- Associated Press - Monday, April 6, 2015

FLAT ROCK, Mich. (AP) - A state police crime lab is examining “clothing and other evidence” found at an abandoned industrial site in southeastern Michigan during the search for a 22-year-old woman who disappeared from a Halloween party last year.

The Monroe County sheriff’s department says the materials are evidence in the Chelsea Bruck case.

The Maybee resident vanished from a party in Frenchtown Township on Oct. 26. She was dressed as the comic villain Poison Ivy and wore a leaf-covered top and dark purple wig.

The sheriff’s department says in a statement that it acted on a tip Sunday and its detectives searched an overgrown 60-acre site in Flat Rock in neighboring Wayne County. The site one housed Specialty Petroleum.

The department says detectives “continued searching the site for additional clues and evidence” Monday.

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