Evidence Found In Missing Mo. Child Case
SENATH, Mo., Aug. 10 (UPI) — Police said Wednesday they were investigating a new piece of evidence that may be tied to the disappearance of 3-year-old Breeann Rodriguez of Senath, Mo.
Police declined to discuss the nature of the evidence, The Daily Dunklin Democrat in Kennet reported Wednesday.
“We’re out south of Senath” searching the area, Senath Police Chief Omar Karnes said. “We’ve found one piece of physical evidence. It has been secured.”
Rodriguez was reported missing near her home Saturday. ABC News said a van seen in the area was investigated by police and the driver questioned.
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