a week later, the police still have no leads

a week later, the police still have no leads

The investigation into the disappearance of young Kiely will take a new turn this week. The police announced that given the lack of evidence, they would limit their search.

The police continue to investigate the disappearance of Kiely Rodni , but will now limit its research. The authorities announced at a press conference that the “astronomical” effort deployed for a week to find the 16-year-old girl would be reduced, faced with the lack of conclusive elements. “We are entering a phase of more limited but continuous research,” said Captain Sam Brown at a press conference on Monday. “We have mobilized a ton of resources to achieve this goal and I think that to date we have accumulated more than 9,000 hours of work, which is astronomical,” he added. The area where the teenager disappeared was overflown, searched but also probed by divers. So many inspections that have so far yielded nothing.

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Kiely Rodni was at a party in California when she vanished in the night from Friday to Saturday August 6. Kiely’s vehicle, a silver 2013 Honda CRV, also disappeared from the campground where the party was taking place. Authorities have not said whether they suspect foul play in the disappearance. In a chain statement KTXL the sheriff’s office said, “We are treating her disappearance as a kidnapping because we have not yet located her vehicle.”

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A new image revealed

According to “Sun “, men in their late 20s were giving free drugs, including mushrooms and cocaine, to people at the party where Kiely was last spotted. Separately, authorities said the week that they had recovered CCTV footage showing the teenager on the Friday evening of her disappearance, around 6:30 p.m., at a shop in Truckee, where the party was taking place. The images have been released, in particular by the FBI, but do not, however, provide new leads for research.

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On Saturday, the police explained at a press conference that the young girl’s last internet data was located at the campsite, near the water, “but it is difficult to give an exact location, outside or in the water”. His mother told ABC News last talking to him about 45 minutes. Kiely reportedly told her she wanted to leave the party to go “straight home.” “I told him to be careful and that I love him. And she said, “ok mum, I love you too”. But she never made it home,” Lindsey Rodni-Nieman said. The girl’s phone allegedly went dark moments after that final conversation, “and it became untraceable,” said Placer County Sheriff’s Office Officer Angela Musallam.

After releasing several photos of Kiely, police on Sunday revealed another image that matched an item of clothing she may have been wearing that evening. It’s a white and pink hoodie with ‘Odd Future’ written on it that she was filmed wearing at the party. Last week, police said Kiely may also have borrowed another hoodie, this time reading, “You don’t want to be forgotten, you just want to disappear.” These words correspond to the lyrics are from a song by Lana Del Ray.

As of a week, authorities again called on anyone with information to come forward. “If you were there and saw anything, please let us know,” said Lt. John Barnhart of the Placer County Sheriff’s Office. “We can’t stress this enough – of the 200 to 300 minors and young adults who were at that party at Prosser Campground – someone knows something about Kiely,” officer Angela Musallam said last Tuesday. “We urge and implore the community to please come forward. You will remain anonymous”. “We just want her home, we’re so scared, we miss her so much,” her mother commented. Lindsey Rodni-Nieman in a video posted online . “And Kiely, we love you so much and if you see this, please come home. I want nothing more than to hold you in my arms”.

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