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LEE COUNTY, GA (WALB) -

The dive team in Lee County will no longer search for a possible human arm in the Kinchafoonee Creek. 

Lee County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Lewis Harris says there's a chance the suspected limb could be an arm from a CPR mannequin.

Lee County Sheriff Reggie Rachals says on Saturday a group of swimmers picked up what they believed to be a human arm, got scared and dropped it.   Divers began searching Saturday night and spent more than five hours on Sunday looking for the possible limb.

Harris says they no have no missing persons reports in Lee County.

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