The Macon Police Crime Lab will send evidence from the Lauren Giddings investigation to the FBI crime lab, according to a Macon police news release.
VIEW: Lauren Giddings Incident Report
Major Charles Stone says the evidence will be flown to Virginia on Tuesday, according to the release.
Police found a body last Thursday that they believe to be Lauren Giddings. She has not been seen since Saturday, June 25.
A news release Monday says Chief Mike Burns is refining the investigative plan for the coming week.
"Everyone involved in the investigation has tremendous sympathy for Lauren's family. We intend to find the person who perpetrated this crime and will release additional information when it is appropriate to do so without compromising this ongoing investigation," Burns said, according to the release.
The 27-year-old Mercer Law grad lived at the Barristers Hall Apartments, across from the university on Georgia Avenue.
On Sunday police posted a "Do not enter" sign on Giddings' second-floor apartment door.
They also posted the same sign on her neighbor Stephen McDaniel's door.
Police arrested McDaniel on Friday and charged him with two burglaries from two years ago.
Last Thursday, police discovered what they believe is Giddings' body, next to her apartment building.
Police are waiting on DNA test to officially identify the body.
If you have any information in the case, you can call Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68 CRIME.