The search continues for little Jahessye Shockley, the five-year-old Glendale, Arizona girl who has been missing for three days now.
Jahessye was with her three siblings at the time of her disappearance, the oldest of which was 13.
As Reported By ABC:
The grid search for Shockley wrapped up Thursday, and police have taken down their command post.
Jahessye has been missing since Tuesday afternoon, when she was last seen at her Glendale home by her three older siblings.
Officer Tracey Breeden tells The Associated Press Friday that Glendale police are still looking for a tip that will lead them to Jahessye, and they want the public to offer any information they have. Police revealed few details about what the second phase of the search entails, other than following up on tips.
She was with three siblings at the time, and police say the oldest was 13 years old.
Police said the mother arrived home, discovered her child was missing, and immediately called police.
Glendale police say a tip came in that a black female between 25 and 30 years old, about 120 pounds, with black hair in a bun and brown eyes, was seen putting a child in a vehicle, matching Jahessye’s description.
Our thoughts are with the Shockley family as their search for little Jahessye continues. If you have any information, you’re encouraged to contact the Glendale Police Department at 623-930-HELP (4357).