The Latest on the search for a Northern California girl abducted at gunpoint (all times local):

5 p.m.

The search for a missing teenager has ended in a remote Northern California area after investigators found no sign of the girl.

The Solano County Sheriff's Office said it has no further plans to look for 15-year-old Pearl Pinson in the Willow Creek area of Sonoma Coast State Park following two days of searching.

The office said in a statement that investigators continue to follow up on leads in the case and still hope to find and bring her home.

Authorities have been frantically looking for Pinson since Wednesday, when she was last seen being dragged across a freeway overpass by an armed acquaintance in Vallejo.

The suspect in her disappearance, 19-year-old Fernando Castro, was killed about 300 miles away on Thursday after his car was spotted on a freeway and he attempted to flee.

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1 p.m.

Authorities say they are again searching a remote Northern California area for a teenage girl who was last seen being dragged by an armed acquaintance.

The Solano County Sheriff's Office says more than 65 people from several law enforcement agencies and search and rescue groups resumed their search Saturday morning for 15-year-old Pearl Pinson in the Willow Creek area of Sonoma Coast State Park.

Multiple law enforcement agencies aided by the FBI had been frantically looking for the high school freshman since Wednesday.

The suspect in her disappearance, 19-year-old Fernando Castro, was killed about 300 miles away on Thursday after his car was spotted on a freeway and he attempted to flee.