The photos show Swift's white 2004 Nissan Murano pointed north on Millsfield Highway on the shoulder of the highway. Investigators believe the vehicle was originally headed south (into Dyersburg), but had a flat tire and the vehicle pulled across the oncoming lane and was parked in the opposite direction.
"Somebody had to have seen this vehicle on (Millsfield Highway) during the early morning hours of Sunday, Oct. 30," said Box.
He again stated the highway was likely traveled by deer hunters and possibly people leaving Halloween parties that should have seen the vehicle parked on the shoulder of the road.
"If someone saw that vehicle, I wish they would give us a call," said Box.
He stated in the days to come, more search-and-rescue dogs and volunteers on horseback would perform more searches in areas of interest in the county. The Dyer County Rescue Squad is also being charged with the task of checking lakes and river areas close to where Swift's vehicle was found and her residence on Willie Johnson Road.
He noted that searching for evidence is hazardous and hunting season adds an element of danger for searchers.
"I've ran into two deer hunters myself, so far," said Box. "That's why we have trained people out there searching."
As the investigation enters day 11 on Wednesday, investigators with the Dyer County Sheriff's Department are still continuing their efforts to find Swift.
"We're still interviewing people and looking over evidence," said Chief Investigator Terry McCreight.
Box said the investigation is taking a lot of time and he is giving the investigative team additional support.
"I temporarily assigned a narcotics investigator to work with CID to provide additional manpower," said Box.
He added that some results are coming back from the evidence they have collected and will evaluate what they have.
"Hopefully we will develop some new information that will answer some of these questions about Swift's disappearance," said Box.
Swift, a 44-year-old mother of four was last seen early Sunday morning, Oct. 30, by her husband at their home on Willie Johnson Road after she reportedly returned from a Halloween party. Her white 2004 Nissan Murano was later found on Sunday, Oct. 30, on Millsfield Highway near the intersection of Harness Road with a flat tire.
Height: 5' 5"
Weight 138 lbs.
Anyone who has had contact with Swift, recalls seeing anyone near her vehicle since her disappearance, or has information regarding her whereabouts is asked to contact the Dyer County Sheriff's Office at 731-285-2802.