August 21, 2014
ORANJESTAD, Aruba (AP) - An Aruban official says a private
investigator will continue scouring a pond for signs of missing
U.S. teen Natalee Holloway, even though he has not found any clues
into her 2005 disappearance.
Ruben Croes, president of the Aruba Search and Rescue
Foundation, said investigator Fred Golba told him Tuesday that he
"hasn't found anything of interest" in the drained pond and plans
to search for another week.
Aruban volunteers are aiding the investigator as he searches the
pond that witnesses previously identified as a possible location
for her remains.
Golba was hired by Holloway's father to search the pond even
though it has been scoured before.
Holloway, from Mountain Brook, Alabama, vanished here in May
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