Crews to use robotic camera in search for teen

BUFORD — Authorities say searchers looking for a 13-year-old boy missing in Lake Lanier plan to use an underwater robotic camera and other new dive equipment.

Crews will use the robotic camera in their search for Griffin Prince. He has been missing since the boating accident that killed his 9-year-old brother Jake Prince a week ago on Lake Lanier.

Authorities say divers will also have new breathing equipment from the Federal Bureau of Investigation that will allow them to stay under water longer.

Crews resumed their search for the missing teenager this morning.

Authorities have charged 44-year-old Paul J. Bennett of Cumming in the deadly wreck. He faces a charge of boating under the influence.