April Jones Missing: David Cameron And Police Appeal For Public's Help (PICTURES)

'Check Your Gardens And Outbuildings'

Police searching for missing five-year-old April Jones have appealed for residents in the area of Machynlleth, the Welsh village where the she was last seen, to check their "gardens, outbuildings and immediate environments" for any clues to her disappearance.

The search for Jones has now entered it's fourth day and is becoming ever more urgent. Detectives confirmed that Jones suffers from cerebral palsy and would be in pain without her medication.

Police have been given until 5pm tomorrow to question the only suspect in the case, 46-year-old, Mark Bridger.

Mark Bridger is still being questioned by Police but is yet to be charged

Detectives have said that they are dealing with a "vast amount of forensic analysis" but have made it clear that this alone will not solve the case and that help from the public is crucial.

The appeal came as Prime Minister David Cameron issued a heartfelt appeal for information.

He said: "My heart just goes out to April's family.

"This is every family's nightmare, having this happen and the fact that she suffers from cerebral palsy, something I know a little about from my own children, only makes this worse.

"My appeal would be to everyone, if you know anything, if you saw anything, heard anything, have any ideas you can bring forward, talk to the police, help this family find their lovely child."

Bridger is due to be interviewed again today with police still trying to piece together his movements around the time of Jones' disappeared.

Detective Superintendent Reg Bevan from Dyfed Powys Police said: "The investigation continues and our focus remains finding April.


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