New age-progressed photo of Haleigh Cummings released

5-year-old child went missing from her Satsuma home in 2009

Haleigh Cummings pictured at age 5 (left) and in an age-progressed photo at age 12.
Haleigh Cummings pictured at age 5 (left) and in an age-progressed photo at age 12.

SATSUMA, Fla. – An updated age progression photo has been released for missing child Haleigh Cummings.

The then-5-year-old girl was reported missing from her home in the Hermits Cove area of Satsuma on Feb. 10, 2009.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children issued an update bulletin Thursday regarding Haleigh.

At the time she went missing Haleigh, who was five years old, was under the care of her babysitter, 17-year-old Misty Jeanette Croslin.

Haleigh has still not been found.

The Center for Missing and Exploited Children released the updated bulletin with an age progressed photo of Haleigh that depicts how she may appear today at the age of 12.

The investigation into the disappearance of Haleigh resulted in federal, state and local law enforcement agencies forming a task force that expended thousands of hours of exhaustive investigation.

Agents and deputies traveled as far as Wyoming, Tennessee and various other sites, while following thousands of leads that were received during the investigation.

Haleigh’s case is still an open investigation at the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office overseen by Chief of Detectives Capt. Dominic Piscitello.

“My office will not rest while trying to determine the whereabouts of Haleigh Cummings,” Putnam County Sheriff Jeff Hardy said in a news released. “We are still actively following up on any information we receive and the investigation is continuing.”