KOTA KINABALU - More people could be questioned as police continue their search for missing toddler Low Min You.
About 30 people have been quizzed so far in connection with the disappearance of the three-year-old boy at about 5.50am on May 9.
City police chief Asst Comm Jauteh Dikun said: "We will call anyone whom we think can provide information that can help our investigations."
He, however, declined to reveal the progress of the investigations, saying that it could affect the search efforts.
Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Hamza Taib had said police were certain that Min You was still alive and remained in the state.
Min You's five-year-old sister was among those police had talked to so far.
The toddler was left sleeping in the car near a petrol kiosk in downtown Kampung Air when his father went to the toilet.
The car was driven off and was only found several hours later, some 2km from where it was taken, without the boy in it.