British police have ended their latest search for Ben Needham who disappeared on the Greek Island of Kos 21 years ago.
A fresh hunt was launched by South Yorkshire Police along with Greek officers on October 19 after doubts emerged about whether parts of the site where he went missing were examined thoroughly at the time.
The 21-month-old Sheffield boy, who moved to Greece with his mother and grandparents, disappeared from a remote spot next to a farmhouse that his grandfather Eddie was renovating.
Detective Superintendent Matt Fenwick said: "Police teams out in Kos have not found anything this week.
"The search has now been completed at about 4pm, Greek time today (Friday). South Yorkshire Police are continuing to support the Greek authorities and Ben's family."
Over the last week, experts focused their search on a large mound, which was grassed over, near the farmhouse.
One theory is that Ben could have been buried beneath building material which was dumped there at the time he went missing.
During operations, sophisticated radar equipment was used to provide penetrating images from below ground level.
Olive and lemon groves surrounding the farmhouse were also examined.
Police also discovered parts of toys that Ben may have been playing with before he disappeared.
Despite a number of possible sightings and a range of theories about what happened to him, no trace of the youngster has been found.
South Yorkshire Police renewed their search following a request from Greek police for extra support, which involved a forensic archaeologist and search dogs.