Dyfed-Powys Police have said their search for missing April Jones has been called off, though they will have officers available should new information become available.
In a statement, police said:
Since the beginning of October Specialist officers from Dyfed-Powys Police along with other Forces from across the UK have been searching the area in and around Machynlleth for five year old April Jones.
The search areas identified during the course of the investigation were completed on Friday 19 April.
In addition, a reactive team of specialist officers are available to respond to any new information that is received.
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