SATSUMA, Fla. – A Cape Cod couple has been questioned in the case of a missing Florida girl who disappeared from her father's mobile home in February.
A Putnam County Sheriff's release Tuesday says investigators interviewed Timothy Croslin and his wife on Saturday, but not about an alleged sighting of Haleigh Cummings in a Massachusetts store.
Croslin's sister, Misty Croslin, was the last person to see Haleigh. She had been babysitting the then 5-year-old on Feb. 10 at her father's home just outside of Satsuma.
Police have said they don't think Misty Croslin has been straight with them, but they have not named any suspects.
The Cape Cod Times reported that Florida authorities questioned Timothy Croslin and his wife at the South Yarmouth state police barracks about Haleigh. Authorities have not said why they were questioned.
The report said no further information would be immediately released.
Misty Croslin says she woke about 3 a.m. on Feb. 10 and noticed the kitchen light on. The back door was propped open with a brick and Haleigh was missing.
Despite extensive searches and a $35,000 reward, Haleigh has not been found.