According to the update received from the end of the San Antonio Police Department, Texas, there has not been any update on the Lina Khil search. There is also no update about why the volunteer got along to search in the green belt, which was behind the catholic church, 3 miles away from the apartment complex from where she went missing.
What is the original story?
A volunteer group (non-profit and local) on January 2nd joined to help with the continuing search of Lina Khil, a 3-year-old who has been missing for two weeks. These volunteers are from Eagles Flight Advocacy & Outreach. They searched the green belt area (3 miles northwest from 9400 block of Fredericksburg Road).
This place is just behind St. George Maronite Catholic Church. It is where Lina disappeared. She was at the playground at the complex on December 20th, said MySA news (information based on Facebook posts).
EFAO, is the local group that is known for offering educational resources to all those families that have special needs children.
No information exists about why the search branched out to the area. No information was provided even from the police department, as per MySA.
Did the police find anything yet?
The search continued, and the SAPD officials found the bag of bones. However, it has been cleared that it is not connected to the case of Lina. Also, as per the press conference, the police, as well as the FBI, are looking for the potential suspects, but no information is there yet.
“It’s disheartening that we haven’t found anything that leads us closer to Lina,” said McManus.
She was last wearing a black jacket, red dress and was in black shoes and was last seen at the complex apartment Villa Del Cabo (9400 block of Fredericksburg Road). Law enforcement has issued the 13th Amber Alert in regards to her disappearance. The police are considering this case as the case of the missing person and not the case of abduction, according to KSAT news.
Apart from it, $100,000 has been offered by the Islamic Center, San Antonio, and the Crime Stoppers is offering a $50,000 reward for any information about the Lina, which will help the law enforcement. One can reach out to 210-207-7660 to provide any information.