BARDSTOWN, Ky. — FBI Louisville announced Tuesday morning that "based on information collected over the last year by the federal investigation into the disappearance of Crystal Rogers," it will conduct several searches in the Woodlawn Springs subdivision of Bardstown. Spectrum News 1's Crystal Sicard said the FBI is searching three homes in the subdivision.

Rogers, a mother of five, went missing from Bardstown in July 2015. In August 2020, FBI Louisville announced it was taking over the case.

An FBI vehicle near the area being searched. (Spectrum News 1/Crystal Sicard)

Spectrum News 1 reporter Jonathon Gregg, who is also on the scene, said sheriffs are in the neighborhood, checking in residents who are allowed to come and go. Nobody else is allowed.

Sheriffs in the neighborhood. (Spectrum News 1/Jonathon Gregg)

In July of last year, remains were found near the borders of Washington and Nelson counties. The FBI sent them to Quantico, Virginia, where the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) helped identify the remains; however, they were not Rogers'.

Tents set up in front of a house being searched. (Spectrum News 1/Crystal Sicard)

The Crystal Rogers Task Force set up a website to solicit information and to provide updates on the case, but there has not been an entry since last year.

For a recap of the the Rogers case, here is a timeline.