Investigation Still Very Active in Corrie Anderson Case

October 30, 2012 Updated Oct 30, 2012 at 11:40 PM EDT

By Kyla Igoe

October 30, 2012 Updated Oct 30, 2012 at 11:40 PM EDT

ASHVILLE, NY (WKBW) -It's been four long years of unanswered questions for the Family of Corrie Anderson. Anderson, a devoted mother of 3 from Ashville, vanished without a trace in 2008 when she was just 36-years-old.

"She's my daughter and I'll search until I know. I'll continue to search forever," said Corrie's Mother Vicki Acquisto.

Corrie was last seen leaving the Lake County Dodge Dealership in Jamestown just after 12:30pm on October 28th, 2008. She was expected to pick up one of her children from school around 3pm but never showed up.

"These types of calls are infrequent, and when you have a mother who's history is to always been there for her children and fails to show up for them, that causes us concern," said Greg Holt, New York State Police Lead Investigator on the case.

Anderson's blue Dodge Caravan was located in a wooded area only a mile away from her home in the Town of Busti 3 days after her disappearance. In the days, weeks, and months following, extensive searches were done in Ashville, Jamestown, Ellery and even in Pennsylvania.
Investigators can not elaborate on what was found at those sites, but say there's significant evidence that points to foul play. Detectives provided Eyewitness News with a person of interest.

"We've named one individual and that is Corrie's ex-husband, Ken Anderson, as a person of interest," said Holt. "What points us to him is the relationship he had with Corrie prior to this. That includes him putting a tracking devise on her vehicle prior to the incident, along with his less than creditable alibi for the time frame Corrie went missing."

Corrie's estranged husband Ken Anderson still lives in Ashville. His attorney, Nathaniel Barone tells Eyewitness News his client maintains his innocence in any wrong doing.

Investigators say this is still a very active case. Anyone with information is asked to call state police at: 716-665-3113 or visit: