New Clue in 'Milk Carton' Child Case
- Duration 1:48
- Date Apr 23, 2012
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What more do we know about the possible -- what will -- on best negated discover the staying after spraying the chemical loom at all on a cinder block wall down -- that basement.
-- -- used to detect blood but it's not -- -- so the piece of concrete was carved out of the -- -- be sent to the FBI lab in Quantico Virginia for further testing.
Along with some other potential evidence reportedly found during the -- including hair.
And a piece of Paper but Sunday investigators reportedly told the family.
A -- on page they had not yet found any human remains are obvious signs of the boy despite hopes that this search might finally provide answers after nearly 33 years.
The FBI's evidence response team is now.
At the senior looking at a live look up on prince street outside the based -- where they've been searching they have now finished about half of the digging below the basement -- they should be done I'm told possibly.
Later today bill how we're hearing more about the handyman whose epicenter of this case yet we still are or what we've learned the ex wife of that -- -- I'll -- Miller.
Told investigators that Miller raped his ten year old niece decades ago the ex wife said it was one of the reasons she divorced him back in 1986 that charged.
Led investigators to take a closer look at Miller he worked out of the basement that's right on the route that he time -- the day that he disappeared and eight on often played in that they spend the night before he went missing.
Miller gave the boy a dollar for helping out any shot there was also an apparent hit by cadaver dogs and that's -- a couple of weeks ago.
And all these factors provided fuel for the search warrant this now being executed but through his lawyer Miller has denied any involvement in the boys' disappearance.
And -- stepson says Miller never raped anybody so.
So far we're not hearing of any significant -- in the search and it goes on again today -- I'm David Ezra thanks -- -- Rick Leventhal here in New York you wonder if there on the something about this is false hope for the parents.