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Police Using Dogs in Search of Student

Police Using Dogs in Search of Student

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(Corvallis, Oregon-AP) -- Corvallis, Oregon police are now using a dog to scour the area and smell the trunks of cars at an apartment complex where 19-year-old Brooke Wilberger was kidnapped.

Police Lieutenant Ron Noble says they are looking everywhere they can.

The search resumed this morning for the Brigham Young University student who vanished Monday while visiting her sister.

Police have questioned scores of sex offenders and fielded hundreds of tips from across the country -- but nothing has given them a break in their search.

Hundreds of volunteers are helping by handing out fliers and searching woods.

Wilberger is five-feet-four inches tall and weighs about 119 pounds.

She has shoulder-length blond hair and blue eyes.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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