August 5, 2015
ORANJESTAD, Aruba (AP) - Aruba prosecutors say Natalee
Holloway's father has flown a search dog and a handler to the
island to look for the missing woman's body.
A spokeswoman for the Prosecutors' Office says the dog is
searching a reservoir that witnesses have previously identified as
a possible location where Holloway's remains might be found.
But Ann Angela says neither police nor prosecutors have received
any new leads in the case.
She said Friday in a statement that Dave Holloway took the
initiative because he will not rest until he finds his daughter.
Natalee Holloway, from Mountain Brook, Ala., was last seen in
May 2005 leaving a bar in the Aruban capital Oranjestad. She was 18
at the time.
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