Coast Guard continues search on Snake River for body of Rachael Anderson

Coast Guard continues search on Snake River for body of Rachael Anderson
Searching will continue farther down the river.
CLARKSTON, WA - The search for a missing Clarkston woman now extends into Thursday after an announcement from the Asotin County Sheriff's Office.

The U.S. Coast Guard is assisting in the search for Rachael Anderson who went missing in 2010. They're extending their search into Thursday and possibly to Friday with their remote operated vessel that's scanning the river floor.

"We'll go down river and then search areas where the river may have pushed her body into a back-flow type area," said Asotin County Sheriff's Office Detective, Jackie Nichols.

Nichols said they didn't find anything in the river Wednesday. They're searching a specific area of the Snake River with information from David Stone, one of the suspects in the murder case who pleaded guilty to lesser charges in exchange for his testimony against Charles Capone, who's charged with Anderson's murder.