Officials from Halifax, NS have picked up one of two suspects, who were allegedly in possession of the vehicle belonging to missing woman, Loretta Saunders.

According to Windsor authorities, officers from Halifax Regional Police have transferred 25-year-old Blake Leggette from Windsor, back to Nova Scotia. His girlfriend, Victoria Henneberry, 28, remains in an Essex County jail.

At a bail hearing Friday, a Windsor judge remanded Leggette and Henneberry into police custody for an additional six days. Police say officers are currently en route to pick up Henneberry.

Meanwhile, Halifax police are appealing to the public for information about a taxi that was parked in the area where Saunders was last seen.

Investigators say the cab was parked in a roundabout at the front entrance of an apartment building around 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 13. Saunders was last seen that morning in the same area.

Her family reported her missing on Feb. 17.

Police say they've determined who the driver was, who earlier they said could be a potential witness in Saunders' disappearance.

Leggette and Henneberry now face a Nova Scotia charge of stolen property. Three Ontario charges against the pair, which include possession over stolen property, possession under stolen property, and possession of used credit card, have all been stayed by the Crown.

Anyone who may have seen Loretta or her car, a blue Toyota Celica with Newfoundland and Labrador plate HCP 543, is asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers.

Loretta is described as an Inuk woman, 5'7" tall, 120 pounds with straight, light brown hair.

With files from The Canadian Press