Investigators Back at Missing Kansas Boy's Home

By: AP
By: AP

Authorities say they have found no human remains while digging at the mobile home park where a missing Kansas boy once lived. But Butler County Sheriff Craig Murphy said Wednesday that authorities have found something connected to the investigation, although he would not elaborate.

Investigators are digging at the mobile home park where Adam Herrman lived when he disappeared in the summer of 1999. Adam was not reported missing until last month. Murphy says investigators are acting on a tip and have removed a shed and concrete pad that was installed at the mobile home park in the summer of 1999.

Previously, investigators searching the area had drilled holes into the concrete and probed the ground. The Herrmans moved their mobile home from Towanda to Sedgwick County after Adam disappeared.


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