HOUSTON — Equusearch crews temporarily suspended their search Wednesday for missing 4-year-old Maleah Davis.
“I certainly hope it’s not a dumpster,” said Texas Equusearch founder Tim Miller. “If it’s a dumpster, it’s over. I don’t think she’ll ever be found.”
Miller says Equusearch continues to receive tips and says volunteers respond to every call. However, he fears the little girl may never be found.
“I have my fears now that Maleah may never be found,” Miller said. “But I had that with Kaylee Anthony too, and five months later she was found. So as long as calls keep coming in, we’ll keep going out.”
Miller says at this isn’t a cold case just yet, but it could be very soon.
“When will this case go cold?,” Miller asks. “I’m going to say sooner than I’d like it to.”
Crime Stoppers has offered $5,000 reward for information on the disappearance of Maleah Davis.
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