Sniffer dog behavior leaves firefighters on alert in search for missing indigenous boy | Tocantins

Sniffer dog behavior leaves firefighters on alert in search for missing indigenous boy | Tocantins
Sniffer dog behavior leaves firefighters on alert in search for missing indigenous boy | Tocantins
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1 of 2 Firefighters follow sniffer dog trail. — Photo: Disclosure/ Firefighters
Firefighters follow a sniffer dog trail. — Photo: Disclosure/ Firefighters

The searches this Thursday (1) were resumed from this point of interest, located 7 km from the place where the team established its central base. According to firefighters, “the The search remains intense, with the determination to find Bruno Karajá.”

2 of 2 Skay Bitch in the bow with firefighters. — Photo: Disclosure/ Firefighters
Skay bitch on the bow with firefighters. — Photo: Disclosure/ Firefighters

The local technical coordinator of the National Foundation for Indigenous Peoples (Funai), Aryele Karajá, has been following the search since the first week and states that the residents of Aldeia Macaúba continue to be engaged in the search for the child.

“The residents are distressed and tired, but [continuam] searching too. The family wants to find [o menino] whatever,” says Aryele.

The location where the searches are concentrated is between the cities of Santa Terezinha (MT) and Pium (TO), on the border between the states. Since the day of the disappearance, a task force has been created and searches are carried out throughout the day, whether by land, sky or water.

Currently the team is made up of military personnel from the Tocantins and Mato Grosso Fire Departments, three sniffer dogs, three drones and a member of the Integrated Air Operations Center (CIOPAer). In addition to the indigenous volunteers from the village.

The article is in Portuguese

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