Reports indicate that two people have been taken into custody by FBI agents and State Police detectives at a home in Wales Township Wednesday, after executing a search of the facility.  But police not saying whether the two could be connected to the murder of a young Armada girl.

Arrests made in search for killers of Michigan teenager from the Detroit area, but not charged with that crime.

 

The home is in Goodells which is about 15 miles west of Port Huron.

MLive.com is reporting that neighbors reported seeing police talking to a man who owns the type of motorcycle police had been alerted to as having been in the area around the time that 14 year old April Milsap was killed.

Police are saying only, though, that the two suspects were taken into custody in connection with a marijuana growing operation.  One of the men, identified only as 66 years old, is a registered sex offender.

Milsap disappeared while walking her dog on Macomb orchard Trail in Armada.  Her body was found after the dog led joggers to a drainage site.  Police have not said how she died.

Police are now saying whether the men are suspects in Milsap's murder, but neighbors were reported as saying they seemed to be of interest to police.

The report indicates that two vehicles may have some connection to the case.  They are a gray, painter's-type van with body damage and two males inside, and a blue and white motorcycle with a young male rider.

Anyone with information about the case is being asked to contact the state police trip line at (877) 616-4677.

Arrests made in search for killers of Michigan teenager from the Detroit area, but not charged with that crime.