Truck tool boxes are heavy...even when empty it's awkward to move one by yourself... long, heavy, nothing to grab onto really.
Moving one with 100+ lbs in it, would require two able bodied adults, at least and even then it's not like a couch... it's slippery metal.
With that said, regardless of the mode of transport the Atlantic Ocean is a pretty safe bet, IMO.
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Back to the Tool box discussion. Some good points people are making.
If she was transported in the box and someone managed to take the box out of the truck and onto a boat to the ocean, I bet the whole thing would easily sink to the bottom of ocean. Box and all. The metal ones are heavy. And if they put a few rocks in the box with a body then easily it could sink. Very easily.
So just wondering if we know if the truck today still has a box in it. And can we tell if the box is newer one than older pictures of the same truck with the box.
If it looks like a newer box then that would mean they bought one somewhere. You can order them online too.
Having a record of a purchase would be circumstantial evidence but it would help point out what may have happened to heather.
If the box is the same as photos from a long time ago then it would be up to LE to inspect the box to look for any signs that she was in that box.
Because even if they didnt dump the box in the ocean or even the creek/river/pond they could have still used it to transport Heather away from Landing. This was discussed a lot before as we know.
So I do think trying to find out if a new one got purchased after she went missing is a good avenue to look at. Because it provides additional leads as to what may or may not have happened.
If LE ever found out a new one got purchased, that would lean towards her being left in the box as the box was dumped somewhere.
I would hope LE has thought through all these scenerios by now as well.