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Volunteers identify areas of interest in Rainwalker search

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Albany/HV: Volunteers identify areas of interest in Rainwalker search
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CAPITAL REGION -- It's been four months since 12-year-old Jaliek Rainwalker disappeared. Now, private investigators from Mission Possible, who have been volunteering in the case, say they have identified areas of interest.

They think the search should focus in South Troy, Wynantskill and Postenkill. People who may have been in these areas the weekend of his disappearance are urged to come forward if they think they saw anything suspicious.

Police believe Jaliek's adoptive father, Steven Kerr has something to do with his disappearance, although he has not been charged with any crime.

Jaliek was last seen on November 1. He was wearing blue jeans, a yellow fleece and black shoes.






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Jaliek Rainwalker of Greenwich has been missing since early November. Click here for a timeline of events since the 12-year-old disappeared.

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