Crews in the Black Hills are evaluating what to do next in the search for Serenity Dennard.
The nine-year-old girl has now been missing for over a week after she left the Black Hills Children’s Home Society on February 3.
On Monday, authorities answered questions regarding the events surrounding her disappearance. They outlined the various resources that have been used and how they went about the search.
Sunday evening, the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office said it was another cold, snowy day searching for the missing girl. Crews focused efforts along a creek after search dogs showed interest in that certain areas.
The sheriff’s office says that around 56 people as well as six dogs searched for Serenity on Sunday.
After another cold, snowy weekend, we did NOT find Serenity Dennard. We called out the Rapid City/Pennington County Water Rescue Team after dogs showed interest in certain areas along the creek. About 56 people and six dogs worked hard Sunday to find the lost nine year old. pic.twitter.com/2p9za8QgOx— Pennington County SO (@PennCoSheriff) February 11, 2019