Officers with the Greenville Police Department and other agencies are set to go door-to-door today in the area near where slain high school student Alicia Moore disappeared two weeks ago.
The idea is to obtain as much information as possible in order for the police, as well as the FBI and the Van Zandt County Sheriff's office, to make sense of the situation surrounding the girl's presumed abduction and murder.
A release from the City of Greenville indicates that agents "will be talking to people and stopping vehicles in the area in order to ask questions and obtain information that may assist in the ongoing investigation."
Moore was last seen getting off a school bus at the intersection of Bourland and Walnut streets in Greenville, about a half-block from her home. Her body was found November 6 along FM 47 in Van Zandt County.
A funeral is scheduled for tomorrow in Greenville.