Aruba Postpones Search for Missing Woman

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    Aruba postponed until early next week a search for the remains of missing American tourist Robyn Gardner.

    Authorities need more time to prepare for the large-scale operation on the Dutch Caribbean island, Solicitor General Taco Stein said. It had been expected by the end of this week.

    Investigators Look Into Gardner Photos on Giordano's Camera

    [DC] Investigators Look Into Gardner Photos on Giordano's Camera
    Some reportedly graphic and disturbing photos of Robyn Gardner are now part of the investigation into her disappearance in Aruba. Authorities said the photos came from her travel partner, Gary Giordano, who is now also accused of trying to cash in on Gardner's presumed death.

    Authorities plan to search near the area where Gardner was reported missing by her travel companion, Maryland businessman Gary Giordano.

    The delay comes as investigators still try to piece together evidence against Giordano, who has been detained as a suspect in Gardner's presumed death.

    Giordano Took Out Insurance Policy: Aruba Prosecutor

    [DC] Giordano Took Out Insurance Policy: Aruba Prosecutor
    The Gaithersburg, Md., man who traveled with Robyn Gardner to Aruba took out an insurance policy on her before the trip, according to an Aruba prosecutor.

    Authorities have taken a DNA sample from Giordano and will use it to test any evidence they may uncover later in the case, Stein said.