June 5, 2005
Missing "Teenager In Aruba" Case Focuses on Three MenTopics: International News
ORANJESTAD, Aruba - Three men who said they dropped off an Alabama teenager at her hotel have emerged as "the most important lead" in the honor student's disappearance on this Dutch Caribbean island, police said Saturday.
An official close to the investigation said the three men - legal Aruban residents between the ages of 18 and 25 - told police they had taken Holloway to a beach at the northwestern tip of Aruba before dropping her off at the hotel.
But her uncle, Paul Reynolds, said he was told security cameras did not show Holloway returning to the hotel that night. Police declined to comment on that report.
Posted by Hyscience at June 5, 2005 1:51 AM
I am wondering why a team, such as the Illinois search and rescue dogs have not been taken to Aruba. According to a news show onn WGN last week, they are a volunteer group, and the dogs are trained to find dead bodies in water.
Posted by: Susie Stephens at June 21, 2005 12:02 AM
Or 1SRG - www.1srg.org - which has extensive international search experience.
Posted by: Thom at June 21, 2005 10:51 AM
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