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April Jones' parents have admitted the "pain doesn't get any easier" at a news conference, 10 weeks after she went missing in Machynlleth, Wales.
ITV News' Rupert Evelyn reports:
Dyfed Powys Police said the search for April Jones would continue until there is nowhere left to look.
In a statement released today, the force said:
They added that the search had taken in a huge range of locations and terrains:
The parents of missing April Jones released a statement today, which can be viewed in full on the Dyfed-Powys Police website:
"Christmas will be a difficult time without April among us," her parents said in a statement released today.
"We are coming to terms with the fact that out baby girl has been taken from us."
"We realise this is a big news story, but to us it is our lives," they added.
Dyfed-Powys police tell me they are still working on a 60km square search area around Machynlleth.
They keep in daily contact with April's parents, they said.
The parents of April Jones released a statement this morning, ten weeks after she went missing.
"The pain of our tragic loss doesn't get any easier," they said.
"With support, we are taking each day at a time."
- April was last seen at about 7pm on October 1 2012 playing out on her bike with friends on the Bryn-y-Gog estate.
- She had been allowed to stay up later after getting a glowing school report earlier in the day.
- Her disappearance prompted a massive search by police, specialist teams and hundreds of volunteers but no trace of her was found.
- Local man Mark Bridger, 47, was charged with murder, child abduction and perverting the course of justice.
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The parents of missing April Jones spoke today of their pain at realising they will never see their daughter alive again.