There are still no new developments in the disappearance and murder of a Greenville girl.
It has been four weeks since a Greenville teenager disappeared. Alicia Chanta Moore was found murdered four days later.
What happened in between is still unclear, and is the subject of a wide-ranging investigation involving multiple law enforcement agencies. Greenville police chief Daniel Busken addressed the issue Thursday noting he still could not comment on many facets of what remains an open and complex investigation.
A private reward fund which had been established in an effort to obtain information leading to the arrest and conviction of whomever murdered Moore has been closed and the money returned to everyone who contributed. A memorial fund created to assist Moore’s family has also been closed and distributed.
Moore was last seen on the afternoon of November 2 getting off of 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. Busken says it is still unknown whether Moore was abducted from the scene.