The GBI is looking into evidence found at a cabin in Hawkinsville in the case of the missing Middle Georgia State College student Jmaal Keyes.
Last Thursday, 17-year old Robert Kane Rolison was arrested and charged with murdering Keyes. The two were classmates at MGSC.
He said law enforcement authorities that the cabin is down the road from Rolison's family home in Hawkinsville
and had been burned down around the time of Keyes' disappearance, around April 25. The GBI also searched the surrounding 30 acres near the cabin.
Todd Lowery of the GBI Eastman office says the evidence has been taken to the crime lab, and said "we're not prepared to say we've found his body."
According to Oconee District Attorney Tim Vaughn, Rolison made his first appearance before a magistrate judge Sunday and was denied bond. Rolison remains in the Bleckley County jail charged with murder.