For almost two weeks, the search for 14-month-old Owen Hidalgo-Calderon has been hanging over Marilyn Robleto. Robleto had been Owen's caregiver up until he and his mother disappeared.

For almost two weeks, the search for 14-month-old Owen Hidalgo-Calderon has been hanging over Marilyn Robleto. Robleto had been Owen's caregiver up until he and his mother disappeared.

“I’m trying to keep it together. It’s really hurtful to me that he’s not around," stated Robleto.

The wait became even more grueling after the mother Selena Hidalgo-Calderon was discovered dead on a Sodus farm, where the search still continues for young Owen.

Almost 50 people combed the countryside Tuesday and they're expecting to be back out bright and early Wednesday morning.

"At least I’m hoping that they find him. I want my prince home. I don’t care if it’s just a body but will have some kind of closure. I want him to be found, "stated Robleto.

Selena's boyfriend, Alberto Reyes, appeared in Sodus Town Court Tuesday afternoon on charges of tampering with evidence.

Prosecutors say Reyes has confessed to burying Selena but hasn't said how she died or what happened to Owen.

"The defendant gave a statement admitting that he had actually moved the body and concealed it and did so out of fear of either being deported or possibly being blamed for her death," stated Assistant District Attorney, Christine Callanan.

ICE has said that Reyes is in the country illegally and has been deported twice already.

So far he has not been charged for Selena's death but investigators say that could change depending on her cause of death, which the Monroe County Medical Examiner is working to establish.

"I do believe that he is involved in the homicide of Selena. We will be putting that case together...will have to go by the facts and our interviews and what we find in regards to Owen," stated Sheriff Virts of Wayne County.