National investigators in Greenwich to re-new search for Jaliek Rainwalker
An enhanced photo of Jaliek released by Police
Jaliek has been missing since Nov. 1, 2007, now five years later national investigators are searching for more clues.
GREENWICH, N.Y. - Investigators with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children are in Greenwich Tuesday searching for clues in the disappearance of Jaliek Rainwalker, after nearly five years.
Investigators will work with Cambridge-Greenwich Police and State Police
in hopes of finding new information and developing new leads.
Jaliek Rainwalker was 12-years-old when he disappeared in Washington County on November 1, 2007 after his adoptive father, Stephen Kerr, picked him up from Altamont.
Police say Kerr was the last person to see Jaliek, and remains a person of interest in the case though no charges have been filed.
NEWS10's Anya Tucker is in Greenwich talking with authorities and will have much more on this story. Check back to NEWS10.com for updates.