The biological father of missing 3-year-old toddler Mariah Woods has spoken out, on November 28. "She's my baby, she's my everything", she said with tears in her eyes.
Her grandmother says Mariah struggles to get around on her own without the braces she wears. CBS News reports little Mariah Woods disappeared from her Jacksonville, North Carolina, home Sunday night.
"She could be anywhere", Kristy Woods, the girl's mother, said in a tearful interview broadcast by WRAL. "She is very sweet loving girl".
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Woods last saw her daughter Sunday night when she tucked her into bed at their Jacksonville, N.C., home.
Mariah's father, Alex Woods, told NewsChannel 12 that he is not convinced that of his ex-partner's story that Mariah has been abducted.
Kristy Woods is overwhelmed with emotion as search crews desperately look for her little princess who is missing. The Sheriff's Office is referring to the case as an abduction. Just to be able to touch her and hold her and not let her go again. Our thoughts and prayers are with Mariah and her whole family during this hard time.
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Miller also told WCTI police have spoken to Woods and her live-in boyfriend. Their search is primarily focused on the land behind the houses where the 3-year-old went missing.
The Onslow County Sheriff said the child was taken by an unknown abductor.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911, Onslow County Sheriff's Office Investigations Division at 910-989-4070, or Crime Stoppers at 910-938-3273.
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