Search for Clues in Teen's Murder Going Door-to-Door in Greenville

Alicia Moore to be laid to rest Saturday

Investigators plan to go door-to-door in two counties to search for clues in the murder of a Greenville teenager.

Deputies found the body of Alicia Moore in a trunk more than a week ago in rural Van Zandt County.

The 16-year-old girl's family reporter her missing three days before, after she disappeared sometime after getting off of the school bus a block from her home.

Friday, Greenville police, Van Zandt County deputies and agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation will knock on doors and stop drivers while looking for clues.

So far, officials have remained tight-lipped in their investigation into the teen's murder.

Moore's funeral is Saturday at Ridgecrest Baptist Church in Greenville.

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