Natalee Holloway's Dad Sent Search Dog to Aruba
Natalee Holloway disappeared nearly four years ago, igniting a worldwide sensation about what happened to her. Hopes were raised Friday when a Florida weekly paper reported authorities believed they had found the body of the missing blonde beauty from Clinton, Mississippi who vanished in the Caribbean island of Aruba. The paper reported that a cadaver dog was aboard a Miami-to-Aruba flight and the officer with the dog told a flight attendant he was going to search for Holloway's remains.
But, hours after that report generated headlines, RadarOnline.com reported exclusively that there is no breakthrough in the case.
Our report was confirmed Saturday, with Aruban prosecutors stating there are no new leads in the case. The cadaver dog was sent to Aruba by Natalee's father, Dave Holloway, who has not commented.
A source close to the case told RadarOnline.com exclusively that the man with the cadaver dog operates a private search-and-rescue business. He was traveling to Aruba to search a reservoir that previously had been off limits to everyone but government investigators. Non-government investigators believe that reservoir may yield a pair of shoes connected to a suspect in Natalee's disappearance. There is no new information
about the location of Natalee's body.