UPDATE 11:10 a.m. A dive team has completed its search of the pond without finding any sign of the boy's body. Lt. Don Hollingshead of the Laramie County Sheriff's Department also tells KGAB radio's Joy Greenwald that a cadaver dog which was used to search the area Tuesday and again this morning will now be removed from the scene. But searchers are continuing to comb through a manure pile in the area in hopes of finding the boy's body or other clues in the case.

Searchers are looking in a pond and a manure pile on the Laramie County Community College campus this morning for the body of a missing 13-month-old Cheyenne boy.

KGAB radio's Joy Greenwald, who is on the scene, says a local dive team is searching the pond, which is located northwest of the LCCC Agriculture Building.

She was told that a cadaver dog which was brought in on Tuesday appeared to react to a possible "hit" in the area of the manure pile.

Laramie County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Linda Gesell says the search is in response to a tip about the disappearance of Silas Ojeda, who went missing last month. Searchers recently spent several days searching a landfill near Ault, Colorado for the boy's body.