FBI Joins Effort to Find Missing Girl, as Indiana Police Say Little After Calling Off Their Search
News from FOX News:

The disappearance of 9-year-old Indiana girl from a family friend’s home on Friday is raising questions, including why for the second straight day police have decided not to search for her.

More than 100 emergency workers conducted an extensive search Saturday for Aliahna Lemmon around the mobile home park on Fort Wayne’s north side where she was last seen. No active search was done Sunday for the girl, who has physical and emotional problems.

Allen County sheriff’s department Cpl. Jeremy Tinkel said a new search wasn’t planned for Monday unless new leads arise through tips from the public or interviews.

Police haven’t said why they called off the search after one day and aren’t searching again. They also haven’t said what they think happened to Aliahna.

Aliahna and her sisters were staying at a family friend’s nearby home because their mother had been sick with the flu and Aliahna’s stepfather work…………… continues on FOX News

… Read the full article

Related News:

Wenger tips Oxlade to shine in 2012
News from ESPN Soccernet:

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has vowed to give Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain the chance to shine in 2012 and expects the young winger to make a huge impact on the Premier League.

GettyImagesAlex Oxlade-Chamberlain: One league game this season

• Wenger may scupper RVP record bid

Oxlade-Chamberlain, a £12 million signing from Southampton in the summer, has struggled to make the Arsenal bench on occasion this season but Wenger says the England Under-21 is now ready to be let loose.

Ahead of Arsenal’s home clash with Wolves on Tuesday, Wenger said: “In 2012, at the beginning of the year, he will play games…………… continues on ESPN Soccernet

… Read the full article

Comments are closed.