Diver: Bag With Bones Uncovered In River Search For Remains Of Caylee
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Divers searching for the remains of Caylee Anthony on Thursday said they discovered a garbage bag that was held down by bricks and contained bones and toys in a river at an Orlando park.
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The dive search was led by celebrity bounty hunter Leonard Padilla. It is not known if the bones are human. One of the toys featured a green shamrock, which Padilla said was similar to items that Caylee's mother, Casey Anthony, possessed.
Caylee, 3, was last seen in mid-June but was not reported missing until mid-July. Her mother, Casey Anthony, 22, remains jailed on first-degree murder charges in her daughter's disappearance.
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Map Blanchard Park
The Park runs along the river left and right of the Park address location:
2451 N Dean RdOrlando, FL 32817-4267