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Haleigh's pink shirt found by police

Posted by Rachel Leigh email

SATSUMA, FL (WFLX) - During a news conference held Tuesday, investigators indicated that details about the clothes Haleigh Ann Marie Cummings was wearing when she vanished were different from what was originally reported.

In fact, police just aren't sure what Haleigh Cummings was wearing when she disappeared. At first, she was reportedly wearing a pink shirt and underwear. Now, police say, they've found that pink t-shirt - but they won't say where.

Haleigh's status as a missing person has also been changed - she's considered endangered. She probably always was, but police in Putnam County have pointedly changed the flyer giving details about Haleigh to read "ENDANGERED".

It has also been revealed that Haleigh has Turner Syndrome, a chromosomal condition caused by complete or partial absence of the second sex chromosome. Characteristics of Turner Syndrome include a narrow, high-arched palate, low-set ears, a low hairline, webbed neck, slight droop to eyes, flat feet, small, narrow fingernails and toenails and swelling of the hands and feet. Children with Turner Syndrome have normal intelligence but sometimes have difficulty with math, sense of direction, manual dexterity and social skills.

Investigators have re-examined a number of places they'd already covered and they still don't feel any closer to solving the mystery behind this child's disappearance. Everyone is still a suspect.

Call 1-888-277-TIPS if you think you have information that might lead to the whereabouts of Haleigh Cummings.

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