Brownwood police are not revealing details of their investigation into a missing woman.

Assistant Police Chief James Fuller confirmed Wednesday that 38-year-old Michele Reiter is still missing and said detectives are spending a great deal of time on the case.

Fuller declined further comment.

Reiter, a Home Depot employee, was last seen at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10, according to friends and Facebook posts. She told her roommate she was going out for a while, and when she didn't come home that night, the roommate contacted Home Depot the next morning to see if she had come to work. Reiter hadn't, and her car was found Wednesday.

According to a flyer handed out at a candlelight vigil on Friday, Reiter was wearing a black-and-white top and jeans when she was last seen. She is 5-foot-5 and has a slim or slender build with brown shoulder-length hair.

In other recent incidents:

Brownwood officer Joe Thomas was dispatchedMonday to the Brownwood Regional Medical Center emergency room on a report that a woman had been sexually assaulted. Further details were unavailable Wednesday.

Officer Brandon Miller arrested Royce Phillips, 22, of Brownwood, on a DWI charge after a traffic stop. Miller arrested Juan Soria, 17, of Brownwood, on a charge of possessing a prohibited weapon (switchblade/knuckles).

Officers received a report of the sexual assault of a child. The report was provided by a third party and very little information is known regarding possible victims and the location of alleged offenses, police said.

Officer Walker Willey met with a woman Monday who said she had been assaulted in the 300 block of Bluffview. The woman had a scrape on one leg and light bruising on a knee.

A man told police a check was stolen from his vehicle last month, and the check was passed in Coleman by a known suspect.

Miller was dispatched Tuesday to the 1300 block of Avenue A, where a vehicle had been damaged, possibly by a BB.