Divers went into the water Thursday morning and were able to confirm the license plate reads 'BLUSTERY' because Robert used to be a weatherman in the Navy.

Dive teams and investigators have lifted the SUV belonging to Robert and Mary Ross, the missing Perinton couple, from the bottom of the Genesee River.

Divers went into the water Thursday morning and were able to confirm the license plate reads 'BLUSTERY' because Robert used to be a weatherman in the Navy.

The medical examiner is on scene. It's unclear at this time whether Robert or Mary Ross were in their SUV when it went into the water nearly two weeks ago.

News10NBC has exclusive images that investigators believe show the couple and their SUV in the parking lot of Pelican's Nest in Charlotte near the boat launch on Jan. 31. The first photo is from 11:01 a.m and the car remains at the lot through at least 1 p.m., but the car is gone by 2 p.m. that day.

News10NBC spoke to Bobby Ross, the couple's son, on Thursday. He said he is on his way from Boson and should arrive in the next few hours to meet with the sheriff's department.