The FBI was joined by State Attorney Melissa Nelson and the Nassau County and Charlton County Sheriffs in a press conference update on Joleen Cummings held on Monday afternoon.
The FBI said the search for evidence in the case at the Chesser Island is going on schedule but did not indicate if anything of note had been found at this time.
The process by which it is searching for evidence is to take truckloads of garbage to a separate area where it can be laid out flat and sorted through. The shifts are 12 hours long and the teams are made up of members from the FBI and the Nassau County Sheriff's Office.
Officers with the Charlton County Sheriff's Office are providing security.
Officials are being cautious of the heat and keeping team members hydrated and cool between shifts.
Joleen's mother, Anne Johnson, gave an emotional statement. She took the time to thank the State Attorney's Office, the FBI, the Charlton and Nassau County Sheriff's Offices, the media and social media for keeping her daughter's name alive.
She said it had been 58 days since had seen her daughter and urged anyone who had any information to come forward. You can call Crime Stoppers to leave an anonymous tip at 877-845-TIPS.