FBI Joins Search for Missing California Family

FALLBROOK, Calif. (AP) - The FBI is joining the search for a Southern California family that has been missing for almost two months.

San Diego County Sheriff's Lt. Dennis Brugos says the federal agents will be briefed on the case Friday.

Brugos says the FBI has more resources in Mexico, where businessman Joseph McStay, his wife, Summer, and their two young sons are believed to be.

The family was last heard from Feb. 4. Their white Isuzu Trooper was found four days later in a strip mall in San Ysidro, about 70 miles from their home in Fallbrook.

Investigators say surveillance video may have captured images of the McStays crossing the border on foot.

Relatives say their disappearance is out of character. The couple left their dogs at home and food rotting in their kitchen.

Detectives have found no evidence that the McStays had financial problems or were facing threats.

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