Sheriff shares videos of lake search for Naya Rivera

Lawrence Kim
July 13, 2020

As yet, the 33-year-old star remains missing, which sparked speculations insisting she may have taken her own life. - "Glee" star Rivera is missing and feared drowned at Lake Piru where patrol boats and helicopters resumed their search for the U.S. actress.

As the search for Naya Riveracontinues, police now believe her disappearance was the result of a tragic accident.

The Sherrif's office claims, "We have switched to a search and recovery mode, but this does not change the efforts". "Even with that current, wherever she went down, they're confident that that's where she will be found".

"We're putting as many assets as we can out there".

"We didn't discover any clues, any evidence that prompt she created it to shore".

She captures the close-up selection of the two together, which she posted Tuesday: "Just the two of us".

Before Friday afternoon, Captain Eric Buschow briefed the media about how the search for Rivera, who disappeared Wednesday for the duration of a boating vacation with her son on the lake, is progressing. We have a liaison with the family, working with them, and, of course, they are going through an extremely hard time.

The Ventura County Sheriff Office stated it thinks the starlet unintentionally drowned in the lake, about 56 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.

Glee actress Naya Rivera was reported missing this week after her 4-year-old son, Josey Dorsey, was found alone on a pontoon boat they had rented to go swimming in Lake Piru in Ventura County, California.

Naya's son was found sleeping alone on the boat, which also contained his mom's purse, ID and life vest. - "Glee" star Naya Rivera is missing and feared drowned at a California lake, where divers, patrol boats and helicopters resumed their search for the USA actress on June 9.

"The entire shoreline and surface of the lake were thoroughly searched". Also, the divers informed that the roots of the trees inside the water are making the search operation more hard. However, there was no sign of Rivera. The search of the moment there was zero visibility in the water and unsafe conditions too for the divers. Investigators use the sonar to scan sides in water with visibility of only about a foot, Buschow said. "Approximately 100 personnel are participating in the mission on Thursday, including resources from neighboring counties and the United States Coast Guard".

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