April Jones: Police welcome 'fresh eyes and fresh legs' in search

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Police looking for missing April Jones say they have almost completed their search of Machynlleth where she was last seen 12 days ago.

Supt Ian John, from Dyfed-Powys Police, paid tribute to the hard work of officers and said the experience was "humbling".

Officers from across the UK, the ambulance service and coastguard are continuing to search for April.

Mr John told reporter Craig Duggan his search teams remained committed to finding the little girl.

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