The search for missing two-year-old Caleigh Harrison resumed today with the use of sonar equipment, which searches for anomalies. There haven't appeared to have been any discoveries with this search, but these endeavors have again been postponed like they were over the weekend. Tomorrow an estimated 20 divers are planned for more searches for the Gloucester child, and the sonar will be used.
The weather has hindered the searches for the toddler, but there were reportedly tests done in the beginning of her disappearance to determine where a body would wind up if pulled to sea. The lack of a body in the first few hours of her disappearance is probably adding to the detectives' comments that they haven't ruled out foul play or abduction.
Hopefully tomorrow turns out to be a better day for searching for the child, but it would also be interesting to find out what investigators are doing in the meantime. Also, why haven't there been any public pleas by the mother via media outlets? It has been five days since Caleigh Harrison vanished and the mother has yet to appear on any nationally aired media clips. If an abduction is a theory, then she may be out there somewhere alive (or not) and appealing to the public may help in finding herÂ—again, if she is out there.
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