The Augusta Richmond Dive squad is still searching for a missing 7-year-old girl at Fort Gordon. The dive team is looking for the Hannah Ross, who investigators say went missing near her home, Saturday evening.
The Ross family moved into Fort Gordon from California just last week.
A PIO for Fort Gordon says Ross has no shoes on, and was last seen wearing a purple shirt and white shorts.
Investigators at Fort Gordon police, the Columbia County Sheriff's office, the Richmond County Sheriff's office, as well as hundreds of volunteers spent Saturday night looking for a missing 7-year-old girl.
K-9 units also assisted with the search.
Investigators are looking for 7-year-old Hannah Ross, behind the Lakeview housing area on Fort Gordon.
Several hundred volunteers, mostly soldiers, combed the area and searched into the night.
A helicopter crew also assisted with search efforts.
Ross suffers from autism and was last seen behind her home on Fort Gordon at approximately 6:45 p.m. Saturday evening and is believed to have wondered off.
Ross also likes to go to the water when she is upset, and may have wandered off.
Hannah is 4 foot 8 inches tall, 80 pounds.
Anyone with any information on Hannah's whereabouts, please contact Fort Gordon authorities at 706-791-9747.
WJBF News Channel 6 will have much more on this story tonight at 6, 10 (CW) and 11.
***UPDATE SUNDAY, APRIL 29TH, 4:55 P.M.**
We have a tragic update to bring you on the story of the missing 7 year old at Fort Gordon. Dive teams discovered the girl's body around 3:15 Sunday afternoon at the lake behind the girl's home. We will have more on this story tonight on WJBF News Channel 6 at 6.