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Divers end lake search for 2 missing Iowa girls

FBI divers ended their search for two missing cousins in a northeast Iowa lake as federal authorities have decided to shift the focus of their investigation, an FBI spokeswoman said Saturday. The cousins -- 10-year-old Lyric Cook-Morrissey and 8-year-old Elizabeth Collins -- disappeared a week ago and authorities believe they have been abducted.
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FBI divers ended their search for two missing cousins in a northeast Iowa lake as federal authorities have decided to shift the focus of their investigation, an FBI spokeswoman said Saturday. The cousins -- 10-year-old Lyric Cook-Morrissey and 8-year-old Elizabeth Collins -- disappeared a week ago and authorities believe they have been abducted.

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