The search for Caleigh Harrison has reportedly been terminated after divers had spent several days searching approximately five square miles of ocean. The little girl vanished a week ago in a case that has been rather suspicious from the beginning. With there being no sign of the girl, what are detectives' next moves? Is this simply the end of the search or are they moving on to investigating new theories in her disappearance?
With it being a week since Caleigh Harrison vanished, there are plenty of questions regarding the finer details of her disappearance. With police spending so much time searching the ocean, have they bothered with other avenues? The following list of questions should be considered by law enforcement if they haven't considered it already. If these things have been investigated, shouldn't detectives at least address the media?
- Has Allison Hammond (the mother of the missing child) taken a polygraph test?
- Have investigators searched the home of the missing tot?
- Have investigators examined the vehicle or vehicles belonging to Allison Hammond and Anthony Harrison?
- Have scent or cadaver dogs been used in the search?
It's interesting that no details like these have risen in the search for Caleigh Harrison, but perhaps detectives will address these concerns soon. It's just a shame that this child is missing under such strange circumstances. It's highly likely that the little girl was pulled out to sea, but detectives have apparently abandoned this theory for the time being. What needs to be done next is to tackle both an abduction and foul play theory to get to the bottom of this.
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