According to Henry's endorsement, law enforcement authorities could follow a video track of evidence that previously identified a white Ford F-150 as the key to the suspect's whereabouts.
The first piece of video belonged to RJR Maintenance & Management showed that the suspect entered the business at. 06.49 Monday and left at. 7. Further study outside the building showed that an RJR vehicle was driven from premises to Indigo Signs, one block away.
Another video showed the suspect goes from the Indigo Signs area west towards Midway Lanes and Bill Barth Ford, where more video helped place the suspect trail after leaving the RJR.
Following a tip from a McDonald's employee whose description of someone coming into a white Ford F-1
Video at the Ron Lowman Car Dealer Ship, about two blocks from McDonald's, showed the truck to enter the lot, turn around and then continue west on Memorial Highway.
More video collected from Main Street Monday morning shows the truck continues west through Mandan.
The vehicle was then spotted on video at Flying J in Mandan, where Business Loop Interstate 94 merges into Highway 25 North.
In Oliver County, video from two companies showed Ford F-150 near the Center at 8:30 am Monday.
At 9:00 am, video from River Ag, a company in Washburn, shows the vehicle on US Highway 200.
Finally, Justin Krohmer from McLean County Sheriff's Office recognized the suspect vehicle on Thursday. Krohmer says he has known Isaak for almost two years and was a patient at the chiropractor's clinic.