The Fulton Police Department continues to pore over leads into what they believe was the kidnapping of a woman on April 26 in the 500 block of 10th Street.
Fulton Police Chief Steve Myers estimated Monday his department had received between 130-140 leads into the recent disappearance of 25-year-old Tori Taylor.
Based on eyewitness accounts, Taylor is believed to have been kidnapped by three suspects in a gray or dark-colored Dodge Charger. The car was last seen in the background of a security video at 4:20 p.m. on April 26 in the area of East 8th and State streets.
"We've been working most of the weekend and we have a lot of leads we're following up on," Myers said Monday. "(The investigation) is moving along."
Taylor is described as 5-foot-2 and 100 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes. Her date of birth is July 17, 1995.
A missing adult flyer put out by the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported that Taylor was last seen April 20 in Montgomery County and that she borrowed a car from a friend in Fulton on April 21, but has not returned it.
Myers clarified Monday that Taylor actually borrowed the car on April 23 and was last seen by an eyewitness when she was allegedly kidnapped April 26.
The first suspect in the reported kidnapping is described as a Hispanic male who was wearing a black shirt and dark jeans at the time.
The second suspect is described as a Black male with a buzzed haircut or bald, who was wearing dark-colored shorts and a shirt.
The third suspect is described as a Black male with a buzzed haircut or bald, who was wearing a dark-colored shirt and lighter-colored jeans.
Myers explained that his department had scheduled numerous interviews Monday in connection with Taylor's disappearance.
"We're probably closer to (locating) her than we were last week, based on information we received over the weekend," Myers said.
Anyone with information on Taylor's whereabouts, the three suspects or the vehicle they were in should contact the FPD at 573-592-3100 or Callaway County Crimestoppers at 573-592-2474.