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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 07, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the massive search for James DiMaggio†, who is wanted for the murder of Christina Anderson†† and who may now have her daughter, Hannah and son, Ethan, introduced; photos shown. [Last night, father Brett ANDERSON††- pleads for his daughter.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; San Diego: Paul Vercammen) The manhunt in northern California and Oregon for the vehicle this afternoon with the charges against DiMaggio and the relationship between DiMaggio and the Anderson family discussed; Anderson family photos shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole and KlaasKids Foundation founder Mark Klaas about the murder/kidnap story. [KLAAS - describe what Hannah must do to stay alive.] [O'TOOLE - analyzes the impulsive behavior of DiMaggio, who has committed murder, arson and kidnapping; suspects he is monitoring the investigation.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The vehicle hunt updated.

Cooper, Anderson;
Vercammen, Paul

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