Fulton police have confirmed they are wanting to serve more search warrants in the death investigation of Carl DeBrodie, including for records and electronic devices.
Officers tell ABC17 they have served more than one dozen search warrants, including facilities. But authorities would not give specifics on which ones.
This all comes after DeBrodie was reported missing from his group home last month.
His body was later found in a storage unit inside a box of cement.
Now, officials are investigating if DeBrodie was missing for longer than reported.
The Fulton police chief says they will also be searching some electronic devices soon, likely by the end of the week.
Right now, investigators are just waiting for the prosecutor to review those requests.