Police want public’s help with Peterson case; FBI now involved in investigation *with video*

The search for Stacy Peterson resumed Saturday morning as volunteers looked for signs of the missing Bolingbrook mother at the Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm in Bolingbrook, among other places.

Meanwhile, police investigators want to know if anyone saw Drew Peterson’s dark blue 2005 GMC Yukon Denali and Stacy Peterson’s purple 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix on the Sunday of her disappearance (Oct. 28) or the following day.

Stacy Peterson’s stepsister, Kerry Simmons, reportedly said she is glad investigators are releasing the photos but, at the same time, wonders why it took so long.

“To come out a month later I’m not sure that somebody is actually going to remember seeing those cars,” she said.

So it appears the cars are now at the heart of the investigation. Also key to the investigation seems to be bodies of water, which have been central to the search since the early days.

The FBI has also been called into the investigation, and U.S. Navy personnel may become involved in the search for Stacy on area bodies of water.

Here’s the Bolingbrook Reporter’s video from Nov. 6:

Anyone with information on the location of the vehicles or any other aspect of the case can contact the Stacy Peterson tip line at (815) 740-0678.

Family, friends and volunteers are scheduled to search for Peterson again on Sunday. A larger search will take place next weekend and will involve search crews for Peterson and missing Plainfield mom, Lisa Stebic.