WICHITA | The search for a Kansas boy whose disappearance went unreported for a decade is growing cold again.
The Butler County sheriff’s office says it’s turning its attention this week to other matters and cases that will need to be “blended in” with the Adam Herrman case.
A search of a wooded area near his home Saturday found nothing of interest. Sheriff Craig Murphy says he can’t predict when other searches may be done. He says a lot of reports and other paperwork will occupy most of this week.
Tips continue to come in from around the nation about the 11-year-old Towanda boy that disappeared from his adoptive parents home in 1999. He would now be 21 if he is still alive.
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