This is a partial transcript from "On the Record," April 14, 2005, that has been edited for clarity.

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: More than 200 people are searching for Sarah Lunde. (search) Tonight, Mark Lunsford has joined the search. In the middle of the night, his daughter, Jessica, was kidnapped and then brutally murdered. Mark joins us on the phone. Mark, welcome. And have you had a chance to meet Sarah's family?

MARK LUNSFORD, JESSICA LUNSFORD'S FATHER: Yes, Greta, I have. I've offered them my condolences, and they've offered me theirs. They know that I'm there to help search.

VAN SUSTEREN: What advice can you give them?

LUNSFORD: None, really, I mean, because I really don't know what worked for me may not work for someone else, as far as, you know, how to deal with this. I just tell them to, you know, keep faith, a lot of hope, and the support they're getting from the community. I believe everything will work out for them.

VAN SUSTEREN: Are you actually on the ground, helping them search?

LUNSFORD: Yes, Greta, I was. I got there pretty early this morning. I went out with the first team, and we stayed out until late afternoon and then — go ahead.

VAN SUSTEREN: How does this search compare to the search for your daughter? I mean, is it a different area, a different type of — you know, there's more water? I mean, how is this different?

LUNSFORD: Yes, the terrain is a lot different down there. There's a lot of water, a lot of wetland. It's — a lot of the territory down there you can't even get through. You have to turn around and find another way.

VAN SUSTEREN: Do they actually train you before everybody goes out and says, Look, this is what Sarah might have been wearing, for instance, this is what you maybe should look for? Do they give you any sort of clues as to — or some assistance on how to do this?

LUNSFORD: Yes, they did. Of course, I've done this before. They informed me on what she was wearing. I worked closely with them and you know, just kind of followed in with them in the search.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right, Mark, thank you very much. And good luck. And I hope that you can help this family. Thank you, Mark.

LUNSFORD: Thank you, Greta.

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