Cadaver Dog Sent to Aruba to Find Natalie Holloway

March 20, 2009

(ChattahBox)—Fox News is reporting that a cadaver dog was flown to the Caribbean Island of Aruba today to search a specific location for the remains of Natalie Holloway. The flight attendant on the dog’s plane reportedly confirmed some human remains were found, believed to belong to Holloway. Authorities have been searching for the Alabama girl since she disappeared in May 2005, during a trip to Aruba to celebrate her High School graduation.

There was much speculation at the time of her disappearance that the young Dutch man, Joran van der Sloot and his friends, were involved in her disappearance, but local police were unable to charge them with a crime. Holloway left a bar with Van der Sloot on the night of her disappearance and has not been seen since. Local authorities re-opened the case last year when new statements from Van de Sloot, secretly recorded by a reporter, caught Van de Sloot on tape admitting to dumping Holloway’s body in the ocean. Police were unable to re-arrest Van de Sloot based on that evidence.

What new evidence today, prompted authorities to transport a cadaver dog to a location in Aruba, is unknown. This is an ongoing story and authorities are expected to make an announcement after the search. Let’s hope Holloway’s family can find some peace and closure from today’s developments.


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