Authorities found that Suzy's debit card had been used at a nearby convenience store ATM around 4:00 p.m. that day. Per CBS News the surveillance camera was not able to see who withdrew the money. The pin number was used to withdraw $20.00. Richard Condon, who was Suzy's boyfriend said that Suzy and himself were the only one's that had the number.
Condon never took a polygraph test and after the initial interview, would not speak to the police without his lawyer.
"Suzanne's Law" requiring local police to notify the National Crime Information Center when someone between 18 and 21 is reported missing was signed into law by President Bush as part of the national "Amber Alert" bill. The federal law is named after Suzanne Lyall. Previously police were only required to report missing persons under the age of 18.