South Dakota authorities are searching an area near Brule Creek following the discovery of an old car.
The 1960 Studebaker found in Union County is believed to be related to the Sherri Miller and Pamela Jackson missing persons case of 1971.
Miller and Jackson left Vermillion for a party at a gravel pit in May 1971, but they never made it to that location.
New information led authorities to search a farm owned by the Lykken family in 2004.
In 2007, David Lykken was indicted on murder charges in the disappearance of the 17-year-old girls. Authorities used recordings from a jailhouse informant but the charges were later dropped when it was discovered the voice on the recordings talking about the crimes was not Lykken.
Authorities say the vehicle will be processed for forensic evidence.
PAM JACKSON | SHERRI MILLER
Read past stories on the search for Pam Jackson and Sherri Miller:
|Sept. 23, 2013||Big Break In Famous South Dakota Cold Case|
|Sept. 23, 2013||Car Found In Union County Connected To Missing Girls Case|
|Sept. 23, 2013||Car Connected To 1971 Missing Girls Case Found In Union County|
|July 4, 2007||Mother Remembers Pam Jackson|
|Sept. 19, 2004||Students Help Cold Case Team|
|Sept. 9, 2004||Jackson Family Waits For Answers|
|August 31, 2004||Doe Network Helps With Sherri Miller And Pam Jackson Case|
|August 30, 2004||Sherri Miller's Family Remembers|
|August 29, 2004||Sherri Miller's Family Talks|
|August 27, 2004||The Emotional Impact Of Cold Cases|
|August 26, 2004||Classmate Talks About Pam Jackson And Sherri Miller's Disappearances|
|August 26, 2004||Cold Case Coffee Talk|
|August 25, 2004||33-Year-Old Investigation Into Two Teens' Disappearances|