As many of you locally know the wonderful folks from Texas EquuSearch has joined in the search for Kelly. I spoke with Barbie, one of the Texas EquuSearch Team members assisting the Currin family this afternoon. The family is not giving up and they are in need of volunteers. Volunteers can go to the Search Command Center located at Currin Construction in Creedmoor, they meet there each morning at 8:00AM to coordinate the daily search, The address is 2816 Old Weaver Trail(click on the address for a map), the volunteer hotline number is 919-812-2310.

Barbie reiterated a few things for folks to know who are coming to help. They are conducting foot searches so come prepared for a lot of walking, wear comfortable walking shoes and dress appropriately. You maybe walking through some thick dense areas so naturally there maybe some critters of the insect variety that you run across along the way so bug spray wouldn’t be a bad idea either. In addition to the foot searches they also need volunteers with ATV’s and they are also still searching on horseback, we can all help in different ways.

Kelly’s friends and family established a trust for her two girls. You can contribute at the command center or purchase one of the “Team Kelly” t-shirts. They have long and short-sleeved shirts and the prices are $15.00 and $20.00. Decals for your car window may also be purchased for $5.00.

Kelly was reported missing on the morning of September 4th after firefighters from Stem were called to her home. Her Burgundy Honda Accord was found in a undeveloped subdivision near her home a short time later. Granville County Sheriff David Smith told the News and Observer, Scott Morris, Kelly’s husband was the last person to see Kelly. Scott Morris told investigators that on the night of the September 3rd Kelly went looking for her dog and never returned.

“She was allegedly going to find a pet dog that had got outside we think,” he said. Smith said the pet Chihuahua returned but there has been no sign of Kelly Morris.

On Sept. 12, the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the North Carolina state Bureau of Investigation after conducting test concluded the source of the fire at Kelly’s residence was arson.

A search warrant released on September 25th revealed there are inconsistencies in Morris’ statements to investigators.

Granville County sheriff’s investigators are asking anyone with information about the fire or Morris’ disappearance to contact them at 919-693-3213.