(CBS) PALMYRA, Pa. - Pennsylvania investigators interrogated two men who gave missing 21-year-old Kortne Stouffer a ride to her Palmyra apartment just hours before her disappearance, according to a copy of a search warrant obtained by CBS affiliate WHP-TV Friday.
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The station reports that the warrant allowed police to search property belonging to Milton Rodriguez, Jr. and Cody Pruett, who gave Stouffer a ride from Harrisburg back to Palmyra.
The District Attorney's office of Lebanon County said the men are not suspects or people of interest in the missing person case.
Investigators searched Rodriguez's 2004 Acura and Rodriguez's father also allowed police to search his home.
Rodriguez and Pruett drove with Stouffer in the early morning on July 29, the same day she disappeared. They dropped Rodriguez off at his home a few blocks away from Stouffer's apartment around 2 a.m., according to his father. Pruett reportedly then went home with Stouffer.
During the next few hours, police were twice called to the apartment on reports of a disturbance. The first time, police came to calm an argument between Stouffer and a downstairs neighbor. The second time, police were unable to make contact with Stouffer after they knocked on her door.
Pruett said he woke up later that morning and Stouffer was gone. He later headed back to the Rodriguez home.
It has been nearly a month since Stouffer's disappearance, and local businesses and community members are continuing to donate services and time to find the missing 21-year-old, WHP-TV reports.
The reward for any information regarding her disappearance is currently over $31,000.
Mazzocca's Pizza Shop is one of several local businesses raising money, selling $10 "Peace Pizzas" inspired by Stouffer's love of reggae, the hippie lifestyle and peace. The owner said the pizzas are a big hit, and all the money goes straight to the reward.
In the meanwhile, Pruett has taken a polygraph test and offered his DNA, WHP-TV reported. Rodriguez's father said police also spoke with his son for five days in a row. He said Rodriguez has an alibi and he doesn't think either man is capable of hurting someone.