continued “The Tupper Lake department got in touch with state police who made a sweep of the area,” Heggelke said. “When our car went by, they did not pass anybody, and that is a pretty quiet part of the night.”
Heggelke said that other options continue to remain open.
“We are interviewing everybody who was at the party, other friends, monitoring Facebook activity,” Heggelke said. “We are going to keep going until we exhaust everything.”
That includes checking in with friends at Brockport University, where Gillis was enrolled. Authorities said that the campus officials had been talking to friends there and had investigated his dorm room.
Anyone who may have seen Gillis on March 10 or 11 and can offer information to authorities is asked to call New York State Police at 897-2000.