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The FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for the safe return of missing toddler Myra Lewis. The 2-year-old girl went missing in Mississippi.
CNN reports that the young girl was reported missing on March 1. Lewis was last seen at 11 a.m. playing with her sister outside their house.
The young girl was wearing khaki pants, a turquoise sweater adorned with a bear, and pink tennis shoes. The FBI has made a statement in regards to Lewis’ disappearance and their action plan in finding Lewis.
“Since her disappearance was reported, multiple state, local, and federal law enforcement agencies have participated in a massive, collaborative search effort. Significant resources have been dedicated to this investigation, including extensive ground and air searches, and utilization of specially trained search teams.”
Sadly, the toddler remains unfound and the FBI is now offering an incentive to find Lewis.
Mississippi News Now added that authorities are faithful that Lewis is still alive.
FBI Special Agent in Charge Daniel McMullen is hopeful that someone has information regarding Lewis and urges them to come forward.
McMullen said, "We would encourage the public to reach out to the FBI to report any information they may have no matter how matter how small you may think that information is.”