The mother of a boy taken from a playground in Victoria 23-years ago says she doesn’t like it, but she accepts a decision by local police to scale back their investigation.
Crystal Dunahee lost her four-year old son Michael on March 24th, 1991.
Victoria police have told her family the number of officers dedicated to finding him has now been reduced from five to one, so the department can add four more investigators to their domestic-violence squad.
Dunahee says she cried after she was informed on Wednesday, but she understands why this happened.
When asked if she thinks police have done everything they can to find Michael, she says she still believes all they need is one solid tip to come in and she’s been promised any new leads will be pursued.
The news comes a few days before National Missing Children’s Day which falls on May 25th.