The investigation of the disappearance of Greenwich youth Jaliek Rainwalker received some national media attention Monday night.
The case was the subject of a segment on the Nancy Grace: America's Missing show on Headline News. The show focuses on missing person reports across the country.
The segment came about after Rainwalker's adopted grandmother, Barbara Reeley, posted information about the investigation on CNN's website earlier this month.
Cambridge-Greenwich Police Chief George Bell said he was contacted Tuesday by four psychics who offered their help after seeing the Nancy Grace show. Police had help from psychics earlier in the investigation, to no avail.
Rainwalker, who was 12 when he disappeared, has been missing since Nov. 1, 2007. He was last seen by his adopted father, Stephen Kerr, who reported him missing from a home owned by Kerr's parents on Hill Street in the village of Greenwich.
Police have said there were inconsistencies in Kerr's description of events surrounding Jaliek's disappearance, and they have identified him as a "person of interest" in what they consider a homicide.