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Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Search for Adam Herrman may resume today

The search for clues in the case of Adam Herrman could resume today, Butler County Sheriff Craig Murphy said.
On Saturday, law enforcement officers, search dogs and anthropologists spent about six hours searching along the Whitewater River for Herrman, who disappeared from a Towanda home a decade ago at age 11.

The weekend search yielded no clues.
Murphy said the sheriff's department spent Monday on other cases. He said the search along a roughly 4-mile stretch of wooded river banks could resume as early as today.

The department continues to receive leads from the public about Herrman, Murphy said.
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