Isn't this about the time that LE should hold a press conference and give a status update to the media ?
I saw the press release last night and I'm aware that the search is being scaled back, whether or not it is being completely halted seems to be unclear. Since he wasn't found, it appears to me that it needs to be handled just like any other case involving a missing child.....flyers, posters, Facebook pages, social media, press conferences, etc.
In the rare event that this does turn out to be some kind of bizarre abduction, the public needs to be wide awake and paying attention, of course this would have been just as important 10 days ago as it is now.
Personally, I think they should provide a grid map to the media and show what areas were thoroughly searched versus what areas were lightly searched or not searched at all. Areas that were physically walked should be noted in comparison to areas that we patrolled by ATV. It's easy to miss things when you are on a moving vehicle or a horse.
I see at the top of the screen they are asking for help in solving the Long Island Serial Killer case (LISK), so I'm gonna go over there and see if I can get that one solved before lunchtime, and then I'll check back in here in a little while to see how you guys are coming along.
We need to find this little boy.