Bad weather shut down the search for Etan Patz in New York City early on Sunday afternoon without any remains being found, but not before officials found a "site of interest" in the hunt for clues into the young boy's disappearance more than three decades ago. A suspicious stain on a wall in the basement of a building in New York's SOHO neighborhood is attracting the interest of investigators, who have torn up the concrete floor in the basement, a floor poured right around the time of Patz's disappearance in 1979.
FOX's Anna Kooiman has more details from the scene of the search in New York:
They have been using a chemical called luminol, that can sometimes indicated the presence of blood. A team of about 40 FBI agents and NYPD officers are on site, just as they said, rain or shine.
Teams are using jackhammers, a chain saw and fans while ripping up the concrete, and then began digging in the dirt for the very first time yesterday. They'll go about four-to-six feet, and anticipate finishing up that process today (Sunday). Investigators are sifting through the sediment and bagging up any potential evidence they think could lead them to answers.
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