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Officials search Boat, Dumpster and Lake for clues

With few leads to go on, police have confiscated a boat and a dumpster from American Lake North County Park as part of their investigation into the disappearance of Adre-Anna Jackson.

Investigators were alerted to the boat by a witness who said it had been tied to a public dock for a couple of days and was out of place, Lt. Bret Farrar said. The Dumpster was nearby.

Detectives have no information linking the boat or the Dumpster to Adre-Anna’s disappearance but will search them for possible evidence, Farrar said.

Friday, investigators were waiting for the boat to dry out before examining it.

“Obviously, we’re looking for hair and fibers,” Farrar said.

FBI will use sonar to map lake floor in search for girl

The FBI has stated that they will return and search the American Lake with side scanner sonar.

The team will use sonar equipment to map the lake floor between Bill’s Boat House, Silcox Island and Harry Todd Park, Lakewood police Lt. Bret Farrar said. Last week, agents combed the docks at the park and divers searched the surrounding water. No one found a trace of Adre-Anna.

Police asked the FBI team to expand their search, though not because of any specific information about Adre-Anna’s whereabouts, Farrar said.

“We’re just trying everything,” he said.

Crime Stoppers of Tacoma-Pierce County offers a $1,000 reward for information leading to Adre-Anna Jackson’s return. People with information about the case are asked to call 253-591-5959.

December 14th, 2005 at 10:25pm Posted by | Adre-Anna Jackson, Missing, Missing Children, Search and Rescue | no comments

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