ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Detectives looking into the disappearance
of a Florida toddler now have some new evidence to sift through.
They carried four bags of items out of Caylee Anthony's home in
Friday, a dive team will be scouring area lakes and retention
ponds, but officials say those searches are part of routine monthly
The girl's mother remains behind bars on a child negect charge.
She told sheriff's deputies that she left the girl in an apartment
on June 9th with a nanny.
But investigators say the apartment had been empty for months.
A boyfriend says she never told him in June that her daughter was missing.
Caylee was reported missing July 15th.
Her third birthday is this Saturday.
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