SATSUMA, FL (AP) -- A Cape Cod couple has been questioned in the case of a missing Florida girl who disappeared from her father's mobile home in February.
The Cape Cod Times reported Florida authorities questioned the couple Saturday at the South Yarmouth state police barracks about Haleigh Cummings.
Investigators told the Cape Cod Times they were following up on a tip that Haleigh had been spotted in a Walmart in the area.
Cummings was 5-years-old when she vanished Feb. 10 from her father's mobile home, just outside the community of Satsuma.
A story in the Boston Herald reported that investigators were interviewing Timothy Croslin and his wife Saturday as they searched for clues that might help them find Haleigh. Croslin is the brother of Misty Croslin-Cummings who was the last to see Haleigh before she disappeared.
Misty Croslin was babysitting Haleigh that night when she says she woke about 3 a.m. and noticed the kitchen light on. The back door was propped open with a brick and Haleigh was missing.
Despite extensive searches and a $35,000 reward, Haleigh has not been found.