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Wellington - New Zealand police and fire officers began digging Monday behind a house near the spot where 2-year-old Aisling Symes disappeared a week ago, news reports said. The development came after visiting British Lord Michael Ashcroft offered a reward of 50,000 New Zealand dollars (36,500 US dollars) for information on the missing girl.
"If even the smallest positive can come from this at least we know we did all we could, it was a national effort, and thank you all for that, it did bring us together as a country, and proved at least that we are a nation full of caring and compassionate people, who genuinely want to help those in need, thank you all for that.
"Also, there is slight comfort in knowing that she is safe in heaven, and being held and looked after by God himself."
Originally posted by asala
A body of a young child has been found in a drain near where the child went missing,
Police have not yet confirmed its that of this missing toddler, But sadly more than likely it will be,
I will update when there's more,