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Natalee Holloway's Father Says There May Be One More Ocean Search

MERIDIAN, Miss. -- Natalee Holloway's father says a final search off the coast of Aruba could take place next month for the missing Alabama teen.

Dave Holloway says the cost has delayed another ocean search. But he says it will probably happen within the next month. He says he will continue to push to find out what happened to Natalee.

Natalee Holloway disappeared last May during a graduation trip to the island with her Mountain Brook High School classmates. She was last seen leaving a bar with three young men on May 30th, 2005. Dutch marines, the Aruban Coast Guard, the FBI and hundreds of volunteers have searched the island and coastal areas of Aruba for Holloway without success.

Dave Holloway says Natalee's case will be featured on the television show "America's Most Wanted" on June 7th.

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