Missing toddler's family beginning to think she's not in ocean

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April 25, 2012, 12:56 pm

(NECN: Scot Yount, Rockport, Mass.) – Caleigh Anne Harrison went missing last Thursday while playing at the beach with her family.

Wednesday, we heard from the family about the search for the missing 2-year-old.

Dive teams, totaling about 20 divers, are back in the water looking for the missing toddler.

The family is hoping she is still alive and they are very grateful for the state police dive teams that are in the water scouring the ocean bottom, but they are starting to think Caleigh Anne Harrison is not in the ocean.

The family is holding out hope that somehow Caleigh will be found alive and talked a lot about her 4-year-old sister, without really disclosing much.

The search begins anew for the missing toddler six days after Caleigh went missing.

Caleigh had been playing with her 4-year-old sister, the family dog and her mother.
State police have said from the beginning this is a dual investigation. While they are searching the ocean, clearly they are not ruling out foul play.

Family members are on the beach with police where they have an incident command post where they are monitoring the divers and using side sonar to monitor the ocean bottom because visibility is not great.

Scot Yount has more from the family.

Tags: Scot Yount, ocean , Long Beach, dive teams, missing toddler, Caleigh Anne Harrison, rockport massachusetts
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