Bon Dia Aruba; April 3, 2006: Dutch search teams continue their work in the dunes over the weekend
Using radars, dogs and more sophisticated equipment Dutch search teams continue their work in the dunes over the weekend They still haven’t located anything concrete related to the Holloway case
ORANJESTAD – During the weekend, work for the search of Natalee Holloway continued in Aruba. From Wednesday, the work for the search intensified with the special group from Holland which came with a total of 11 persons and 2 special dogs to search, and continued over the weekend. Their focus this weekend was around the Lighthouse dunes. But they still haven’t located anything concrete of the Holloway person.
It was of note during the weekend how the search was planned, using sophisticated equipment, such as a subterranean radar, which registers specific activity underground. At the same time, helicopters were used to survey along with the radar as well. Another group was in charge of the dogs, but it could be noted that one dog was used at a time.