After more than two weeks, Owen Hidalgo-Calderon is still missing. What's next in the search for the 14-month-old boy in Sodus?

After more than two weeks, Owen Hidalgo-Calderon is still missing. What's next in the search for the 14-month-old boy in Sodus?

Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts will be meeting with the boy's family and prosecutors to decide what to do moving forward.

The big question right now -- how long will crews keep searching?

First responders have been combing through 350 acres of farmland in Sodus to find Owen. Sheriff Virts says he has evidence to believe the toddler is somewhere on that plot of land where his mother Selena was found dead last week.

Deputies have also been canvassing nearby areas along Route 104 looking for evidence in connection with the case.

Officials believe Alberto Reyes, Selena's boyfriend, who is charged with tampering with evidence in the case, threw clues out the window while running from town.

Selena tried to seek shelter earlier this year for domestic violence issues, according to officials.

"Wayne County has three times the rate of reported domestic violence than Ontario, Seneca, and Yates county combined," Martha Bailey with the Victim Resource Center of the Finger Lakes, Inc. says.

The other big question -- how did Selena die?

Sheriff Virts is still waiting for the report to come back from the medical examiner's office to determine her cause of death. The sheriff is expected to provide an update Thursday.

Day 14 of the search for Owen picks up again Thursday morning.