There are new details in the search for the missing East Toledo toddler.
Some volunteers put their own boat in the Maumee River Friday night to look for 18-month-old Elaina Steinfurth who was last seen on June 2nd.
These people care so much that many are not resting. They feel the need to keep moving and trying as the search nears the end of its third week.
About half a dozen people showed up at 8:45 p.m. on Friday and carried a row boat down through the trees to the river to check out the same area FBI divers combed at the beginning of the week.
As the sun set near the High Level Bridge, several volunteers stayed hard at work scanning the water for any sign of young Elaina Steinfurth.
Her mom Angela remains in jail on a child endangering charge.
Police say the mom admitted Elaina was injured and did not get the baby medical attention.
Terry Steinfurth, Senior, Elaina's paternal grandfather, says he still has hope Elaina is alive.
"I don't think her mom and other people are acting like she really is gone," says Steinfurth. "I think she is still out there somewhere and someone's got to find her."
"It breaks my heart," says Tanya Zuvers of Morenci, Michigan.
Zuvers is one of the few people who knows what Elaina's family is going through. Her three sons Andrew, Alexander, and Tanner Skelton disappeared two and a half years ago while in the custody of their father.
John Skelton is serving 15 years for unlawful imprisonment.
That case was profiled on a national show this week.
"If you have any ounce of faith, keep that faith," says Zuvers. "Don't let it tear you up and take you down because if Elaina is still alive she needs you to be strong for her when she comes home."
Volunteers plan another search for Elaina Saturday beginning at 10 a.m. A candlelight vigil is also scheduled for Saturday at 7 p.m. on Federal Street.