HARDY, Ark. (AP) -- The search for a 4-year-old Arkansas boy who went missing at a Boy Scout camp over the weekend has entered its third full day.
Volunteers, law enforcement officers and family members of Caleb Linn fanned out Tuesday to continue searching the woods and waterways of the 900-acre Kia Kima Scout Reservation in northeastern Arkansas.
The boy was last seen Saturday at a bridge in the camp where he and several other children were helping his aunt clear away storm debris.
Authorities say Caleb's aunt last saw him at the end of the bridge after he asked if he could some of the other children who had left to return to the cabin area about 300 yards away.