BARDSTOWN, Ky. — Over six years after she was reported missing, the search for Crystal Rogers remains underway. FBI Louisville announced Tuesday that it would conduct searches in a subdivision of Bardstown, the case's first major development in months. 

Below is a history of the case, leading up to the FBI's Tuesday announcement:

July 5, 2015

Rogers is reported missing by her mother, Sherry Ballard. Her car is found abandoned with a flat tire at mile marker 14 on the Bluegrass Parkway in Bardstown, Kentucky. Rogers' keys, phone and purse are still inside the red Chevrolet Impala.

Crystal Rogers (left) with mother Sherry Ballard. (Sherry Ballard)

Nov. 19, 2016

Rogers' father, Tommy Ballard, is shot and killed on family property near Bluegrass Parkway in Bardstown.

July 2020

Possible human remains are discovered near the Nelson and Washington county line. Rogers' family is notified about the unidentified remains, and they are sent for testing in Quantico, Virginia.

Aug. 6, 2020

FBI Louisville announces it will be the lead agency in Rogers' case and spends the day searching the home of main suspect Brooks Houck, Rogers' boyfriend. FBI Louisville also launches the Crystal Rogers Task Force website.

Billboard for Crystal Rogers (File Photo)

Aug. 14, 2020

FBI identifies a new area of interest near Poplar Flats Road and Farmaway Drive in Bardstown. FBI asks Bardstown residents to remember where they were during the early hours of July 4, 2015, especially if they were in the area. 

The area of interest (Crystal Rogers Task Force)

Nov. 20, 2020

FBI reports that the remains found in July do not belong to Rogers.  

Aug. 24, 2021

FBI announces it is conducting several searches in a Bardstown subdivision concerning Rogers' case.