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« Part II: Scratch 'n Sniff Seoul Extravaganza: Dinner in Jongno {Loren Goodman} | Main | Find Craig Arnold: UPDATE »

April 29, 2009


It is the third day of searching and still no clues, but I have been informed by the Fukuoka US Consulate (who is working very hard on this case) that two US helicopters have landed on the island to assist in the search. The prefectural police have added another helicopter to make a total of four helicopters. The island has deep vegetation which might make it difficult to see anything from the air, but we have our fingers crossed!

It is the end of the third day and still no clues. The good news is that the Kagoshima Prefectural Police will extend the search. This is hopeful.
The US Embassy is putting tremendous efforts into this case, partly due to the outpouring of concern by all of Craig's friends and colleagues.

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