As reported earlier Tim Miller of Texas EquuSearch and a team from Florida are headed back to Aruba to search for Natalee Holloway. KPRC Local 2 is reporting that Miller and the deep water search team will travel back to Aruba on Friday to search an area three to five miles off the island’s coast that is between 800 to 1,000 feet deep.
Miller told KPRC Local 2 that Aruba’s police commissioner told him that he feels Holloway might be inside a fish trap dropped deep into the water.
“The night she disappeared is the same night a fisherman’s hut got broken into and a huge fish trap got stolen. Some big knives got stolen, and none of it has been found since,” Miller said.
The cage the commissioner referred to is similar a crab trap people could buy at a hardware store.
Tim Miller states that if Natalee is in such a fish trap that he is optimistic in finding her. Miller is bringing the proper equipment for such a search.
“If she is, in fact, in that huge fish-trap like we think there is a possibility, I am optimistic that the equipment we’ve got will be bringing Natalee back,” Miller said.
The founder of the volunteer search-and-rescue organization told KPRC Local 2 that he does not believe Holloway ever left Aruba.
Tim Miller and Texas EquuSearch like in so many other searches for missing person has just one goal.
“Our whole goal is none other than to bring Natalee Holloway home,” Miller said. “It’s too early to just say it’s over with. There are still some things to do.”