Another search and still no clues …
A search with cadaver dogs in Aruba for the remains of missing 35 year old Robyn Gardner from Frederick, Maryland produced no resulted and no clues. Dogs searched through cactus and scrub brush, but found nothing. Robyn Gardner has been missing since August 2, 2011 when she was reported missing by her traveling companion Gary Giordano who stated that she was carried out to sea by currents while they snorkeled in the southern tip of Aruba. Giordano is presently being detained by Aruba police on suspicion in the death of Robyn Gardner.
“We have other lines of investigation,” he said.
The dogs searched a southeastern section of the Dutch Caribbean island known as Seroe Colorado. It is near the site where Gary Giordano reported 35-year-old Robyn Gardner of Frederick, Maryland, missing on Aug. 2.
Giordano, a businessman from Gaithersburg, Maryland, said she was carried away by currents while they snorkeled in the southern tip of the island.
Aruba Prosecutor Taco Stein said he was not concerned that the search did not yield any evidence. That is consistent, because Aruba was not all that concerned when searches did not yield any evidence or when there was new evidence in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba in 2005.
Gary Giordano is presently being detained for 60 days while investigators seek evidence to charge him with Gardner’s presumed death. Aruba prosecutor Stein said that his office will seek to extend the detention order when it expires at the end of October.