The Missouri girl was riding her bike with her older brother, who went inside to grab a drink. When he returned, she was gone.
Claudia Ramos and Edgar Rodriguez are desperately looking for answers after their three-year-old daughter BreeAnn disappeared outside her home in Senath, Missouri, a town neighbors call “the safest place on earth,” on Saturday, August 6. A reward of $45,000 is being offered for her safe return, but there have been no leads. “It’s like she vanished,” authorities say. So sad.
“To me the worst part is there’s no trail,” says Chief of Police, Omar Karnes. “It’s hard to believe no one saw anything, but so far no one’s come forward.”
“For the FBI, there’s a presumption for us that there’s been an abduction as far as how we go about the investigation,” adds Special Agent in Charge, Dennis Baker. “We don’t have evidence of that but we want to get out in front of the case.”
BreeAnn, who her dad says would “go with anybody,” was last seen in pigtails, a pink shirt and pink shorts. She weighs about 30 pounds and is 34 inches tall with black hair and brown eyes.
“My daughter never hurt anybody — anything that would help us get to her would mean the world to us”‘ her father, Edgar told KFVS. “I really do appreciate everybody that’s helping. I just want my little girl back.”
We hope this family gets some answers soon and BreeAnn is safely returned home!