The search for missing Wales child April Jones has been unsuccessful as her disappearance nears the second month mark. The latest updates in the search for the little girl reveal that officials are no longer focusing their sights on bodies of water -- even though they've alleged she was disposed of in the River Dyfi by suspect Mark Bridger.
It's now being reported that officials will be focusing their search on wooded areas. Does this mean they are second-guessing their earlier assumptions in this case? It was long ago stated by officials that they didn't believe they'd find the missing child, as her body could have been taken to sea via the River Dyfi.
Prince William has been involved in the search for April Jones and recently gave high praise to the search officials who are also involved. It must be like a gold medal for Wills to give such kudos during times like these, and it's touching that he is getting involved personally in the search for her. April's story spread across international waters, grabbing the attention of much of the world.
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