SATSUMA, FL -- Chief Rick Ryan with the Putnam County Sheriff's Office said that the items of interest found Friday have been analyzed by the FDLE crime lab and found to be insignificant in the disappearance of 5-year-old Haleigh Cummings.
In a 4 p.m. news conference Ryan did not release new information about the disappearance only about future plans for an extended search.
SEARCH FOR HALEIGH: EXPANDED COVERAGE
Sunday's plan is to search other locations in Putnam County. In addition, all dive searches along the shoreline of the St. Johns River will be suspended for the day.
Ryan said that they will continue water and air searches along the shore-line.
The sheriff's office said that no additional volunteers are needed for the search and that the operation did not "require a thousand people."
Investigators still say that everyone is a person of interest in the case and they will continue to interview family and will interview friends of the family soon.
Ryan noted that the family has been very cooperative and that Victim Advocates from Putnam County and across the state are working with the family.
Investigators also said that no information has been received that would warrant them to look into areas outside of the state.
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