The search and rescue mission for Naya Rivera is now being considered a recovery operation, police said on Thursday, a day after she vanished from the California lake where she’d been boating with her four-year-old son. The 33-year-old actress – best known for her role in Glee – vanished on Wednesday while on Lake Piru with her four-year-old son Josey. Josey told police that she’d ‘jumped’ into the water to go swimming and never came back. He was found asleep on their drifting boat. As search and rescue teams searched the lake on Thursday, local sheriffs gave grim details about the lake. Ventura County Deputy Sheriff Chris Dyer said on Thursday that Lake Piru was a ‘sanctuary’ for Naya, she was familiar with the lake and has been going there for years. Initially, police had hoped to find the actress alive and were searching the expansive shoreline as well as in the water. Now though, they say the mission is a recovery operation. ‘There’s no evidence of foul play at this point. This may well be a case of drowning,’ sheriff’s Capt. Eric Buschow said. Scroll down for video This diagram shows where Naya Rivera and her son rented a… Read full this story
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