Etan Patz Case Remains Missing Person Investigation
NEW YORK CITY, New York- The long mystery of the disappearance of a little boy in New York City is still a mystery.
Authorities say no obvious signs of human remains were found in a basemen being search in connection with the 1979 disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz.
The FBI said on Monday morning that agents had finished their work at the site in Manhattan.
A police spokesperson says the case remains a missing-person investigation.
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