April Jones abduction: Police 'heartened' by public response

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The search for missing five-year-old April Jones is entering its fourth day.

Police say 400 volunteers have come forward and the incident room has taken 2,500 calls from the public.

They say the search will continue through the night regardless of the weather.

Abigail Neal reports on the investigation so far.

April hunt: Thousands call police

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