Private investigator Bill Warner of Florida made headlines in the Midstate on Monday after reports that Kortne Stouffer's disappearance may be connected to more than 15 other missing or murdered women in other states.
Warner said the cases all have similarities and the women all looked alike.
Stouffer went missing from her Palmyra home in July of 2012.
Lebanon County District Attorney Dave Arnold, however, said there are no connections, even after consulting with the FBI to take a closer look at other cases up and down the east coast.
"We found no such connection. I think his theory is interesting, but he based it entirely upon the physical characteristics of the women and there is really no investigation to go along with that," Arnold said. "Nothing is ever written in stone, but based upon what we know at this point there is no reason to believe that this is connected to any other case."
The Stouffer family is still offering a $42,000 reward for any information leading to Kortne.