VIDEO: CNMI Report – FBI Says Leads on Missing Sisters Slowing Down


Guam – FBI special agent Tom Simon said leads are slowing down in the search for missing sisters Faloma and Maleina Luhk.

Meanwhile, the Saipan Tribune reports that the Hawaii State Civil Defense’s tracking expert dog, Pohaku, will resume today his search for the Kagman Elementary School students, 27 days after the two were last seen leaving their house in As Teo.

“Even dogs deserve a day of rest. There’s no new news coming out of Saturday, unfortunately,” said Simon in a report to the Saipan Tribune.

Pohaku, a 2-year-old male black Labrador retriever, failed to find 10-year-old Faloma and 9-year-old Maleina in his full-day search on Saturday. He was given a day-off yesterday.

In other news, police said the $33,500 cash reward for information leading to the whereabouts of the Luhk sisters may increase to $50,000 as a company has expressed interest increase the monetary reward.