Sheriff Hans Miller said his officers are 'working everything that can be worked to find this little girl'. "It's entirely premature to try to determine what happened". "She's my baby, she's my everything", the child's mother, Kristy Woods, said. Miller said at the time of the toddler's disappearance, there were four people inside the home, including Woods, her boyfriend, and Woods' two other children, both boys aged 10 and 5. "(I) just to be able to touch her and hold her and not let her go again.
Monday, 11:15 a.m. - An Amber Alert was released for Woods, describing her as 2-foot-9 and 30 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.
Since Monday, an army of volunteers and law enforcement have flooded the area near the home to look for Mariah.
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"Mariah is a member of our community, and we will use every possible means to bring her home", said Sheriff Miller, emphasizing that time is important in this type of case.
She said Mariah has "walking difficulties". She said her boyfriend saw Mariah around midnight when she got up and he told her to go back to bed.
Mariah's father, Alex Woods, who does not live with her mother, has expressed skepticism about the circumstances surrounding his daughter's disappearance.
The latest: * FBI Lab in Quantico, VA is testing items of interest * Search volunteers arrived at Dawson Community Church Friday morning * Search focused exclusively on Onslow County but officials are following up on all tips The search is being organized by Team Adam, a program for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children that provides on-site assistance to law enforcement agencies and families in cases of missing children, according to Onslow County Sheriff Hans Miller.
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When they went to check on her in the morning, she was gone.
It has been about a year since he had seen his daughter, but he remembers Mariah as being a happy little girl who was always cheerful, playing and smiling.
'This is my world, this is my angel, ' said Woods. "Call somebody, tell you found her. Return my baby girl, you know, please", Alex Woods pleaded. The FBI is aiding local officials on the case.
Anyone with information about the abduction is asked to call the Onslow County Sheriff at 910-455-3113, the FBI's Charlotte field office at 704-672-6100 or call 911.
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