SATSUMA, Fla. -- With so much attention, and law enforcement, focused on Ronald Cummings and the Croslin family in recent months, the search is still continuing for the person who is the reason their names have been in the news.
Haleigh Cummings disappeared in Feb. 2009, when she was 5 years old. She hasn't been seen since.
The Putnam County Sheriff's Office and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement are still searching for the girl, who has been the subject of an Amber Alert since her disappearance, though Sheriff Jeff Hardy has told her family to prepare for the possibility that she is dead.
The search for answers continues, and there is a very large reward being offered for information leading to Haleigh.
Crime Stoppers is offering the standard $1,000 reward, the Justice Coalition has added $8,490 in reward money, and residents throughout Putnam County have contributed $21,377.
That means there is more than $30,000 for the person who comes through with the key piece of information leading to Haleigh Cummings.
Having sifted through thousands of tips, investigators know a lot, but it could be as simple as one more clue that lets them put the full story together.
Misty Croslin, 17 at the time and the girlfriend of Haleigh's father Ronald, was babysitting Haleigh and her brother the night she vanished.
The search was intense for several weeks, then tapered off. In April, another tip led to a reintensified search, but turned up nothing.
If you know anything that could help, call Crime Stoppers at 888-277-TIPS (8477). You will remain anonymous.
Ronald Cummings and Croslin married shortly after her disappearance, and have since divorced.
Both of them, along with three other family members, were arrested in January on drug charges.
Just last week, Croslin's parents, Hank and Lisa Croslin, were also arrested on drug charges.
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