After Week of Searching, No Sign of Boys Lost at Sea

  • This combination made from photos provided by the U.S. Coast Guard shows Perry Cohen, left, and Austin Stephanos, both 14 years old. Cohen and Stephanos were last seen Friday afternoon, July 24, 2015, in the Jupiter, Fla. area. (U.S. Coast Guard via AP)
    This combination made from photos provided by the U.S. Coast Guard shows Perry Cohen, left, and Austin Stephanos, both 14 years old. Cohen and Stephanos were last seen Friday afternoon, July 24, 2015, in the Jupiter, Fla. area. (U.S. Coast Guard via AP)
  • Andrew Grubowski, 10, of Palm City, Fla., releases a lantern during a vigil for Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, Tuesday, July 28, 2015, in Stuart, Fla. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
    Andrew Grubowski, 10, of Palm City, Fla., releases a lantern during a vigil for Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen, Tuesday, July 28, 2015, in Stuart, Fla. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
  • In this image, Petty Officer 1st Class Mike Crosby scans the surface of the Atlantic Ocean through his binoculars while in the cockpit of a Coast Guard HC-130J, July 28, 2015. (Senior Chief Petty Officer Sarah B. Foster/U.S. Coast Guard via AP)
    In this image, Petty Officer 1st Class Mike Crosby scans the surface of the Atlantic Ocean through his binoculars while in the cockpit of a Coast Guard HC-130J, July 28, 2015. (Senior Chief Petty Officer Sarah B. Foster/U.S. Coast Guard via AP)

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A seventh night of searches for two Florida boys missing at sea has passed with no major break.

The Coast Guard says crews are still scouring waters from Florida to South Carolina on Friday but haven't found any new clues in the disappearance.

Fourteen-year-olds Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos of Tequesta have been missing a week. Their capsized boat was found Sunday.

The Coast Guard says it'll keep searching until it believes there's no reasonable chance the boys could still be found alive.

Chief Petty Officer Ryan Doss described the search early Friday as ongoing and says he has nothing new to report.

The Coast Guard scheduled a news conference for noon Friday in Opa-locka, near Miami.

The families say they'll continue with a private search if the Coast Guard halts its.

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