The search for 3-year-old Mariah Woods continues into its fifth day and now civilians have joined the search.
Officials claim that Mariah still has not been found.
No updates to the case and Mariah is still missing, according to FBI Public Information Officer Shelly Lynch.
Today, the public and law enforcement joined in a search together for Mariah. Volunteers were asked to meet at Dawson Community Church, located at 2311 Dawson Cabin Road in Jacksonville between 8 and 9 a.m. this morning and over 100 are volunteering.
Onslow County Sheriff Hans Miller spoke about the public search at a press conference Thursday and asked that anyone who volunteers must be able to search rough terrain, with vines and thorny bushes, for four-to-six hours.
Despite Sheriff Miller asking each volunteer to bring his or her own water and snacks for the search, many online have said they will be bringing food and water to give to volunteers.
Volunteers trying to take photos during the search will be immediately dismissed, according to Sheriff Miller.
Officials have confirmed that more than 600 are searching along with law enforcement for Mariah Woods.