It's been nearly three months since eight-year-old Ricky Holland went missing from his Williamston home.
The Ingham County sheriff's office is once again asking for the public's help with the investigation, specifically from farmers and hunters.
The hunting season started September 15, and police are asking hunters all across Mid-Michigan to keep their eyes out for any signs for Ricky.
It's also the time of year when farmers are clearing out old corn stalks. Many are also harvesting soy beans.
Investigators want to take advantage of this time when farmers and hunters are out combing the land. Ingham County chief Deputy Vicki Harrison said no lead or tip is too small.
"If you think something is suspicious, please call us immediately," Harrison said.
Call 517-676-8211 will any tips.
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