CLEVELAND -- The search of a vacant lot at West 30th and Wade Avenue is back underway this morning after it was suspended around 6 p.m. Thursday.
First District Cleveland Police Commander Thomas McCartney says crews have not found anything so far.
"We're just checking for all sorts of evidence. I'll let you know if we find anything," McCartney said. "As of right now, nothing yet."
They're excavating a lot, 60 feet by 8 feet, in a residential neighborhood. McCartney says 70 percent to 80 percent has yet to be dug.
Police cars are guarding the property throughout the night.
Meanwhile, friends and loved ones of Amanda Berry are going through an emotional roller coaster.
Mitchell Sneed, Berry's cousin, stopped by the scene Thursday, hoping for some information.
"We are just hoping that one day she'd maybe show up, you know?" Sneed said. "We don't know. Maybe this is not her, maybe it's another hoax. We just don't know."