Circumstances surrounding missing Billings woman considered suspicious

The Billings Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify the pickup in the image below. 

Lt. Brandon Wooley said they hope to speak with anyone who may have witnessed the truck south of Laurel during the evening hours of September 14 or during the day of September 15. 

The pickup is a 2012 white Chevrolet Silverado crew cab. Lt. Wooley said the pickup is of interest in the disappearance of Laura Johnson. 

Investigators have identified the vehicle and are looking for where it may have been on those dates.

The letters on the side of the pickup, according to BPD, says ADH in either red or orange font. 

Anyone with information is asked to call the Billings Police Department Investigations Division at (406) 657-8473. 

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BPD wants to speak with anyone who may have seen the pickup during the evening of Friday, September 14th or during the day of Saturday, September 15th.

Lieutenant Wooley with the Billings Police Department said if someone is able to step forward regarding the whereabouts of that pickup around that time frame, the case may be able to evolve and bring them one step closer. He said the police are hoping they can grab the attention of the public including farmers, ranchers, or people whose homes have security cameras on back roads.

KULR-8 spoke with Jonathon Johnson, son of missing person Laura Johnson, who said he was not aware of the most recent updates at the time.

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