A member of the team searching for TV star Naya Rivera has confirmed that he is confident that his crew was getting a clearer idea as to where in the lake to find her.
Robert Inglis of the Ventura County Sheriff's Office Search & Rescue Team told the US Weekly that actress Naya Rivera sent to a family member a picture of her 4-year-old son, Josey, in front of a cove before she disappeared July 8 after diving into Lake Piru.
"There was a picture sent to a family member that showed the boy on the boat by a cove," Inglis told the magazine Sunday. "We found where that cove was."
The photo included a timestamp which shows that it was taken 90 minutes to up to two hours before her son was found alone on the platoon boat the magazine reported. The Ventura County Sheriff's Office said in a tweet Sunday that cabins and outbuildings near Lake Piru were also being searched, along with the shoreline. Rivera has been missing since July 8.