According to The Times Dispatch, search dogs got hits and could smell Taylor Behl but did not find her.
The dog could smell her, but he couldn’t find her.
The scent of Taylor Marie Behl, a missing Virginia Commonwealth University freshman, was one of two scents that were picked up by a Louisa County police dog brought in Saturday night to search her recovered car.
The other scent produced what police chief Rodney Monroe described as a “successful track,” which produced several leads that investigators were aggressively pursuing last night. Monroe would not say what the dog discovered or where its nose led investigators.