(01/07/2013)
Lewis County's new sheriff Adam Gissy told state media he is planning an aggressive investigation of a 3-year-old girl Aliayah Lunsford's disappearance in 2011.

Gissy says he and Chief Deputy Randy Hyre are reviewing the case files and hopes to find something that others may have missed.

Gissy says he wants to bring some closure to the case, if possible.

The FBI is also investigating Lunsford's disappearance.

The child vanished from her Weston home on Sept. 24, 2011.

Authorities have classified her disappearance as a crime.

They have made no arrests and named no suspects.

FBI RELEASES NEW PHOTO OF MISSING LUNSFORD TODDLER - Photos Show Bruise, Missing Teeth

FBI SAYS WESTON TODDLER VICTIM OF A CRIME - Search Efforts Called-Off, Toddler's Mother Hires Attorney

LUNSFORD GETS 8-MONTHS FOR WELFARE FRAUD

MOTHER OF MISSING TODDLER VIOLATES FEDERAL PROBATION - Caught With Bath Salts

LENA LUNSFORD IN COURT OVER CUSTODY OF SIX CHILDREN - Three Months Since Aliayah Vanished


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