Police Move Search For Missing Teen

Monday, November 19th 2007, 6:16 am
By: News On 6

The search for Cori Baker moved to a new location on Monday, but still no body has been found. After receiving a tip that several key pieces of evidence were spotted near the Tulsa and Broken Arrow border, officers spent all day scouring brush in the area of 41st Street and 145th East Avenue.

More than 50 officers and cadets helped with the effort. Meanwhile, volunteers once again met at the Mabee Center, and conducted their own search. Cori's family members say they continue to hold out hope.

"We just want everyone to know that we're not done. We're not stopping. And, if you can donate any amount of time, if you can come down here any time and then leave. It doesn't have to be an all day thing,” said Bonny Battenfield, Cori’s aunt.

Police say it is unlikely that they will return to search that area near 41st and 145th East Avenue on Tuesday.

Watch the video: Cori Baker Search Continues To New Areas

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