EUFAULA, AL (WSFA) - Authorities with several law enforcement agencies say they've recently executed multiple search warrants in the case of a Eufaula woman who went missing back in October 2012.
Lisa Wallace was reported missing by her mother on November 3, 2012. She was last seen walking away from her home on October 27, 2012 and has never been seen since.
Tuesday, the Alabama Beverage Control Board confirmed that its agents, along with those of the Alabama Bureau of Investigation, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have executed the warrants, along with conducting numerous witness interviews.
Monday, the ABC Board says in the pursuit of new leads, officers and investigators with the Houston County Sheriff's Department and the Mobile Police Department Dive Team, along with Cadaver Dogs from the South West Panhandle Search and Rescue searched areas near Eufaula looking for Wallace's remains.
The search proved unsuccessful, however.
Other agencies involved in the investigation include the Barbour County Sheriff's office and District Attorney's office, Alabama Fusion Center, Alabama Department of Homeland Security, Alabama Attorney General's office, and the Eufaula Police Department.
Anyone with any information that could help authorities with solving the disappearance of Lisa Wallace, who was 36 at the time she went missing, is asked to call the Alabama Fusion Center tipline at 334-517-2660 or 1-866-229-6220.
A $5,000 reward is offered.