WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah, Dec. 19 (UPI) -- Police in West Valley City, Utah, have asked TV stations in the Salt Lake City area to turn over video footage of interviews with a missing woman's husband.
The stations were asked for footage of Joshua Powell interviews that had not aired, The Salt Lake Tribune reported. Some stations reported receiving subpoenas Friday.
West Valley City police said this week Powell is a person of interest in the disappearance of his wife, Susan. Powell told police he took his sons, ages 2 and 4, on a short camping trip on Dec. 7, leaving after midnight and returning home at 5 p.m. to find his wife gone.
Police Capt. Tom McLachlan refused Saturday to say what detectives hope to learn from the videos or to comment on the investigation, the Deseret News said. He confirmed prosecutors had asked for search warrants to search the Powell home and car.
Susan Powell's family plans to hold a candlelight vigil Sunday night in Puyallup, Wash., where she lived before moving to Utah with her husband. The vigil will be held outside the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.