Home raided in Lauren Spierer missing case

Federal agents raided a home in Bloomington,  Indiana, in connection with the disappearance in 2011 of New York native Lauren Spierer. The University of Indiana sophomore was last seen in the early morning hours of June 3, 2011. She had spent the night drinking with friends at at Kilroy’s Sports Bar and a friend’s apartment earlier in the night. No arrests have been made in the case.

Law enforcement sources told FOX59 an individual who used to live at the property may be connected to the disappearances of two other people as well.

"Not knowing and not having her is devastating and there’s just no words. It’s very hard to live with every single day," said Charlene Spierer, Lauren's mother.

Cadaver dogs indicated there was potential evidence at the scene. Anthropologists went to the property after the cadaver dogs' discovery, reported FOX 59.

"Of course first and foremost we want to find Lauren. And if Lauren is there, that’s what my main concern is, finding Lauren and bringing her home. Wherever she is, however bad it might be. That’s my only goal is to find her," said Spierer.

A dig was conducted and nothing was found. The house was turned back over to the owners. Investigators are now going to the Johnson County Jail to speak to a man who used to live there.

The property that was searched belongs to family of Justin Wagers, who was arrested last August in an indecent exposure case. He lived at the property prior to his arrest.

Police had been investigating a "serial flasher" wanted in several cases prior to Wagers’ arrest but could not say if he was connected to each case.

Wagers has been charged with several crimes over the years including public indecency and vicarious sexual gratification and intimidation.

Private investigators hired by the Spierer family told FOX59 they were going to the scene.