JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Behind the reinforced fence of steel off Gate Parkway is a restricted area that is by far one of the most secure places in Jacksonville.
It is the Federal Bureau of Investigation, where 125 people work to protect you and solve crimes.
"Some of them never get solved. Some of them you think you know who did it, but it never gets solved," said Special Agent in Charge James Casey.
He said one of those puzzling unsolved cases is the disappearance of 5-year-old Haleigh Cummings in 2009. "We have no reason to believe that Haleigh was taken out of state," said Casey. Haleigh was never found.
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