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Police asking residents to check property surveillance cameras in 10-mile radius

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Davison Township Police Chief Rick Freeman is still optimistic about finding the 9 year-old Omarion Humphrey. Mars, as he’s affectionately referred to, disappeared during a July 4 celebration at Lake Callis Recreational Park.

"We're nearing the end of Wave 1 and so far no success," Freeman said.

Mars, who has autism, disappeared around 5:30 p.m. on July 4.

"We've had dog hits on east side of Callis Lake that extend northeast of Callis Lake and every one of those hits has come up negative," Freeman said.

More than 500 officers were on hand looking for Mars, and more eyes were in the air.

"One of the technologies that we have been deploying for several days, including today, we gave drones flying  in certain bodies of water and these drones have both visual capability and sometimes infra-ray capabilities,” Freeman said. “If our hope is true and Omarion is okay, we need to look again.”

Freeman wants neighbors within a 10-mile radius of Lake Callis Recreational Park with any surveillance cameras on their property to speak up.

 "If have any camera on your trailer home, look. And check parked cars abandon cars, he could be anywhere," Freeman said.

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