Crews to scale back search for missing pair at Lake Pueblo

Search for missing pair in 3rd day at...

PUEBLO, Colo. - The search continues at Lake Pueblo State Park for two missing people.

Kimberlie Temple and Frank Montoya were last seen launching a boat at the south ramp Saturday morning.

Crews were back out searching the lake Tuesday, but efforts wrapped up with no sign of Temple or Montoya.

About nine people make up the search team, they're using a variety of methods like sonar and cross patterns combined with leads from potential witnesses to try and find them.

What's unusual in this case, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife is there's no sign of the 17-foot boat.

"What's unprecedented is that if that boat did go down we don't have any debris or any indication that it did sink; right now it's sort of just us trying to piece together the puzzle of what happened," Kyle Davidson said

Crews are scaling back the search to every other day, and will not be out again on Wednesday.

The family of Temple said they aren't giving up hope.

"We're not going to give up on finding results to get some closure," Temple's brother, Donnie Temple said.

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