“Our sonar showed an object bigger than a rock that shouldn’t have been there,” Cantu said. “One of our divers went underwater and was able to identify a vehicle.” The water levels in the reservoir had been higher two weeks ago during previous police searches, Rinn noted.
Kiely Rodni’s family breaks silence after recovery of missing teen’s likely remains https://t.co/UlmlbUX6vJ— Fox News (@FoxNews) August 22, 2022
“Now the water has receded and we’re seeing the vehicle went farther into the water than maybe [police] thought,” he said. “When a vehicle goes in the water, it has air trapped in it for a while so it will float for a little ways before it fills with water and sinks.” [ic_related] Rodni was last seen alive on Aug. 6.
“We pretty much knew right there that there was a good chance this was her vehicle,” Nick Rinn and Doug Bishop, lead team divers for Adventures with Purpose, tell @LlamasNBC about finding the car and body that is “more than likely” Kiely Rodni.“There’s a lot of emotions.” pic.twitter.com/9u2Ur9Les6 — Top Story with Tom Llamas (@TopStoryNBC) August 22, 2022
Adventures With Purpose has helped with solving “23 missing person cold cases” since 2019, according to its website. The group meets its costs through fund-raising, donations, rewards and revenue from its YouTube channel. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
So sorry for Kiely Rodni’s family. Glad to see Adventures with Purpose getting attention for the work they have been doing for so long. They have sonar and technology law enforcement does not have. We did this story back in February. https://t.co/pu0tYDxLiX— Brian Entin (@BrianEntin) August 22, 2022