According to KATC TV-3, The Lafayette Police have ruled out two of the three vehicles of interest in the case of missing 22-year-old Mickey Shunick. The Lafayette girl was last seen on video surveillance cameras near University and St. Landry streets in the early morning hours of May 19th. In addition to Shunick being identified in that area on May 19th, Lafayette Police identified three vehicles of interest in the same area around the time Shunick went missing.   Now, after a thorough investigation, Lafayette Police report that they have ruled out two of the three vehicles spotted in surveillance videos. Police have announced they have identified the owners and drivers of two of the vehicles of interest--the white pick-up truck with a bed cover and the older-model car. Upon interviewing the drivers of the two vehicles of interest, investigators ruled out those individuals as suspects in the case of the missing 22-year-old Mickey Shunick.

Still, investigators are looking for the white four door vehicle, a white Chevy Z-71 pick-up, seen on surveillance near the corner of St. Landry and University. The picture below shows a white 4 door Chevrolet Z-71 that traveled in the same direction of Mickey on St. Landry Street.