Several local, county, state departments join search for Albemarle teen’s remains

The search for the remains of 17-year-old Baylee Carver from Albemarle continues to grow.

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On Sunday, officials with the Albemarle Police Department announced that more than 70 law enforcement members spent their Sunday searching Stanly, Cabarrus, and Rowan counties.

Teams searched on foot and rode in ATVs and vehicles, covering 250 miles of roadway during Sunday’s search.

Veteran crime reporter Glenn Counts spoke to her father, Justin Carver, who has been feverishly searching with family members and friends.

He told Counts that, Joshua Biles, 20, who was arrested in connection with his daughter’s disappearance, says he can’t remember where he left her body.

APD says search parties also use drones, specially trained K9s, and GPS technologies to ensure all areas have been searched.

Members of the Albemarle Police Department are using resources from the following agencies

  • Albemarle Fire Department

  • Badin Volunteer Fire Department

  • Bethany Volunteer Fire Department

  • Cabarrus County Emergency Services

  • Cabarrus County Sheriff’s Office

  • Gold Hill Volunteer Fire Department

  • Kannapolis Fire Department

  • National Center for Exploited/Missing Children (NCMEC)

  • New London Volunteer Fire Department

  • North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation (NCSBI)

  • Rowan Rescue

  • Salisbury Fire Department

  • South Carolina Search and Rescue

  • Stanly County Rescue

  • Stanly County Sheriff’s Office

Anyone with information is asked to reach out to the Albemarle Police Department.

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