Investigators worked all weekend draining a pond and hoping to find any clues in the case of missing 6-year-old Haleigh Cummings.
But they said despite their efforts, they've found no more evidence involving the girl who vanished seven months ago.
One man said he supports what the sheriff's office did over the weekend in searching for Haleigh, but he said he's not happy with how they did it and how he said it left his property.
Investigators did not say what they were looking for or who gave them a tip. However, they said it has nothing to do with their recent interview with Hank Croslin Jr. His sister Misty Cummings was the last person to see Haleigh the night she went missing.
Tim Pritchard said he's upset with how the search was handled.
"The water's just like as if we had a hurricane," Pritchard said.
He lives near the pond and said his yard is now full of water.
Investigators said crews were pumping out 250,000 gallons of water every hour, getting it to a level appropriate for dive crews.
"It's around my property, and my property's low," Pritchard said.
Investigators said the water being pumped out stayed around the area. They said they expect the water to gradually make its way back into the pond.
Investigators said this is the first time they've searched the pond in this case. It is the result of one of more than 4,000 tips they've received.
Pritchard said he wished the crew had cleaned up some ditches beforehand.
"For as many of the gallons they're pumping out, the water is slowing down because the ditches have never been cleaned out," Pritchard said.