PALATKA, FL -- All of the agencies looking for Haleigh Cummings met to make sure they're all on the same page as the search continues.
About 40 Representatives from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the State Attorney's Office and the Putnam County Sheriff's Office held a roundtable discussion Thursday.
They talked about what they have accomplished, what they still need to follow up, and what new ideas could be useful.
Investigators have received more than 4,000 leads so far, and most have been followed up, but not all. The group prioritize the remaining leads.
They also reviewed what has happened since the initial call that the 5-year-old was missing.
Officials say no suspects were identified, and none were eliminated.
The biggest point investigators wanted to make is that the search is not a cold case. They continue investigating current leads and evidence.
If the case is not solved in 30 days, the group will meet again.
Putnam County Sheriff Jeff Hardy re-stated his position as well.
"We are going to follow this through to the end."
First Coast News