The search for missing Gabriel Cruz Ramírez continued in Níjar (Andalusia) on Tuesday, without any further developments as to the whereabouts of the eight-year-old boy, a Civil Guard spokesman told The Spain Report.

Gabriel has now been missing for just over a week, having disappeared near his grandmother's house in the village of Las Hortichuelas some time after 3:30 p.m. last Tuesday, February 27.

The search teams this Tuesday were comprised of 150 officers and around 50 volunteers, a lower number in total [than over the weekend][1].

The Home Secretary, Juan Ignacio Zoido, is due to visit the site tomorrow.

The gathering of support the family had previously announced for Thursday in the village of Campohermoso has been moved to Friday in the provincial capital, Almería, st...

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