CRISP CO., GA (WALB) - The long hours investigators are spending working on those two cases aren't going unnoticed by the community.
11-year old Peyton Adkins put a letter in Sheriff Hancock's door thanking him and his officers for their hard work.
The letter brought tears to the eyes of investigators. Adkins says it's just a small token of her appreciation.
"I just wanted him to know that I appreciated that all he does. And all that his guys and girls do at the sheriff's office," said Adkins.
Authorities have been working nearly 24-hours a day on the Ashley Garry and Jaspern Armstrong cases since last week.