WAILUKU, Hawaii – A private search party was looking for a missing pregnant Hawaii woman whose SUV was found torched two days earlier in a rural area.
Carly Scott's mother reported her missing Monday. She told police a family member last saw the 27-year-old redhead Sunday night at her sister's home in Haiku, in northeast Maui.
The search continued Friday for Scott, who is five months pregnant.
Maui police said someone in the search party found "possible evidence" Thursday.
But police aren't revealing what was found. They're asking searchers who find possible clues not to touch or move them.
The Makawao woman's burned 1997 Toyota 4Runner was found Wednesday in Haiku's Peahi area. Before the vehicle was located, police found Scott's dog in the nearby community of Nahiku, the Maui News reported.
Her ex-boyfriend, Steven Capobianco, tells Hawaii News Now she picked him up Sunday night and drove him to Keanae -- several dozen miles away on the two-lane, winding Hana Highway -- so he could fix his truck.