April Jones abduction: Police search enters fourth day

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Teams of police have spent a third night searching for a missing five-year-old girl from Machynlleth in mid-Wales.

April Jones, who has cerebral palsy, was last seen getting into a vehicle near her home on Monday.

Officers have been searching 20 different locations including houses, river banks, outbuildings and the countryside.

Last night, detectives were given a further 12 hours to question Mark Bridger, a local man arrested on Tuesday, on suspicion of abducting the five-year-old.

Lisa Hampele reports.

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