GERONIMO, Okla. (AP) - The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is shutting down a mobile command center used to support the search for a missing 7-year-old girl.
The center had been posted at Geronimo City Hall in western Oklahoma to help search for 7-year-old Aja Johnson and her suspected kidnapper - 46-year-old Lester Hobbs. OSBI spokeswoman Jessica Brown says leads are running low in the case - but that the investigation remains open.
The girl and Hobbs haven't been seen since Hobbs' estranged wife - Tonya - was found beaten to death in an RV in Geronimo on Jan. 24. Lester Hobbs has since been charged with first-degree murder in his wife's death and with kidnapping the girl.
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