Digging complete, now SAPD set to sift through trash in search of Baby Gabriel

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by BRIAN NEW / KENS-TV

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Posted on February 18, 2010 at 9:41 AM

The San Antonio Police Department is set to begin phase two of the landfill search for missing Baby Gabriel.

The dig is complete, and now the actually physical search is set to begin.

SAPD have set up a command post at the site. It's the white truck along with the yellow tent.

Starting Thursday at 7:30 a.m. the  San Antonio Police Department is ready to begin sifting through layers of trash in search for possible evidence. in the case. 

The police chief has said this will be a very tedious process as the trash will be spread out into rows, and officers will literally walk down that row and go through each and every piece of garbage.

This process could take days -- even weeks.

The FBI will also have officers at the landfill Thursday, helping with the search.

This search is set to begin right on the schedule the department had laid out.

They said it would take six days to dig down to the target area. It has now been six days, and they are now ready to begin the search.

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