ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - As detectives enter their fourth day of
searching a wooded area for clues in the case of a missing toddler,
they're tight-lipped on whether any more evidence has been found.
On Thursday, a utility worker found a child's skull less than a
half-mile from the Orlando home of Caylee Anthony, who was two when she went missing in June.
Her mother, Casey Anthony, waited a month to report her daughter
missing and has been charged with murder.
Orange County Sheriff's deputies and the FBI are still combing
the area where the skull was found. Orange Sheriff's spokesman
Carlos Padilla wouldn't say what else has been recovered.
On Saturday, Anthony's lawyer and his forensic investigators
conducted their own investigation at the Anthony family home.
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