“Astronomical” search efforts for missing California teenager Keely Rodney set scale down next week, police announced Monday.
This was announced by Nevada County Sheriff’s Captain Sam Brown. development, which came 10 days after 16-year-old Rodney disappeared from the campground. party near the family camping Prosser in Tracks.
“We moving in more limited but continuous search and rescue efforts,” Brown said at a press conference.
“We pulled out in a ton of resources for this goal and I think that today we [put] over like 9000 people hours into a search that is astronomical.”
Officials said on Monday that police switch into investigation mode after search area north of lake tahoe in in air, on land and under water for missing teenager.
Rodney was last seen around 00:30 on August 6 at large party with more than 100 teenagers and young Adults. Her silver 2013 Honda CRV was not found and her phone was without a number. signal since that morning, officials said.
The police said they are still looking for an opportunity to speak with witnesses and review video from party. Although not one withheld informationsome revelers were advised by adults not to talk to the police, it turned out at a press conference.
“If you didn’t come forward, if you were there and saw something, come forward and allow us knowsaid Lieutenant John Barnhart of the Placer County Sheriff’s Office.
Authorities said on Monday they were harassing more over 1200 leads in business, everything of them dead ends.