Crews search Great Pee Dee River for Angie Pipkin

Source: Sheriff Wayne Byrd with DCSO
Source: Sheriff Wayne Byrd with DCSO
Source: Sheriff Wayne Byrd with DCSO
Source: Sheriff Wayne Byrd with DCSO
Source: Sheriff Wayne Byrd with DCSO
Source: Sheriff Wayne Byrd with DCSO
Source: Sheriff Wayne Byrd with DCSO
Source: Sheriff Wayne Byrd with DCSO

DARLINGTON, SC (WMBF) - Law enforcement officials continue to search for missing Aynor woman Angie Pipkin on Saturday morning.

Crews went out on the Great Pee Dee River with the aid of several rescue crews.

Six different agencies are currently searching 20 miles of the Great Pee Dee River, from the Cashua Ferry boat landing down toward Highway 301.

Law enforcement officials are out on foot, riding horseback, driving boats, and bringing in a scanning sonar device.

Police haven't found any evidence since they first started searching for Pipkin in early March.

The search is expected to last all day.

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