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Taylor Rose Williams was last seen at her home in Brentwood, Jacksonville, in the 600 block of Ivy Street, when her mother Brianna Williams put her to bed around midnight on Wednesday.

Desperate search for a missing five-year-old girl in Florida whose mother put her to bed two nights ago and woke up to find the unlocked back door and the child's bed empty

  • Taylor Rose Williams was last seen in her home in Brentwood, Jacksonville, in the 600 block of Ivy Street, when her mother Brianna Williams put her to bed
  • When Brianna & # 39; woke up in the morning, around 7 am & # 39; In the morning, she noticed that Taylor was not in her room and the back door to their house had been unlocked
  • The mother immediately called 911 and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement issued an Amber Alert for the young girl later that morning
  • The police say that Brianna Williams is not interested in their investigation. Researchers have contacted Taylor & # 39; s father who lives outside the state
  • 180 officers and other personnel, including civilians involved, are helping in a search for Taylor, who entered the second day on Thursday
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Taylor Rose Williams was last seen at her home in Brentwood, Jacksonville, in the 600 block of Ivy Street, when her mother Brianna Williams put her to bed around midnight on Wednesday.

Taylor Rose Williams was last seen at her home in Brentwood, Jacksonville, in the 600 block of Ivy Street, when her mother Brianna Williams put her to bed around midnight on Wednesday.

An Amber Alert has been issued for a five-year-old girl in Florida who disappeared early Wednesday morning.

Taylor Rose Williams was last seen at her home in Brentwood, Jacksonville, in the 600 block of Ivy Street, when her mother Brianna Williams put her to bed around midnight on Wednesday.

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When Brianna woke up the next morning at about 7 o'clock in the morning, she noticed that Taylor was not in her room and the back door to their house had been unlocked.

The mother immediately called 911 and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement issued an Amber Alert for the young girl later that morning.

& # 39; Taylor is the most important thing here right now, & # 39; T.K. Waters, head of investigations for the Jacksonville Sheriff office, told reporters Wednesday afternoon. & # 39; We are very concerned. & # 39;

When Brianna & # 39; in the morning at about 7 o'clock & # 39; Waking up in the morning, she noticed that Taylor was not in her room and the back door to their house had been unlocked

When Brianna & # 39; in the morning at about 7 o'clock & # 39; Waking up in the morning, she noticed that Taylor was not in her room and the back door to their house had been unlocked

When Brianna & # 39; in the morning at about 7 o'clock & # 39; Waking up in the morning, she noticed that Taylor was not in her room and the back door to their house had been unlocked

More than 180 officers and other staff, including civilians involved, are helping in a search for Taylor, who entered the second day on Thursday

More than 180 officers and other staff, including civilians involved, are helping in a search for Taylor, who entered the second day on Thursday

More than 180 officers and other staff, including civilians involved, are helping in a search for Taylor, who entered the second day on Thursday

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The police say that Brianna Williams is not interested in their investigation. Researchers have contacted Taylor & # 39; s father who lives outside the state.

More than 180 officers and other personnel, including civilians involved, are participating in a search for Taylor, who entered the second day on Thursday.

A further 60 people are also looking around the Paradise Island apartments near Southside Boulevard and Baymeadows Road, where Taylor lived with her mother last week before moving to Brentwood.

The search efforts so far include door-to-door from hundreds of neighboring houses, vehicle checking and even through trash containers looking for the little girl.

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Authorities are also checking all nearby water bodies, because & # 39; children are unfortunately attracted to water & # 39 ;, Waters said.

& # 39; We are not going to exclude anything, & # 39; he said. & # 39; We will continue to look for Taylor because we want to have Taylor home safely. & # 39;

Taylor was last seen in a purple shirt and pink pajama pants. Authorities describe her as three feet tall, weighing 50 pounds and with brown eyes and black hair.

Taylor was last seen in a purple shirt and pink pajama pants. Authorities describe her as three feet tall, weighing 50 pounds and with brown eyes and black hair.

Taylor shown in a video

Taylor shown in a video

Taylor was last seen in a purple shirt and pink pajama pants. Authorities describe her as three feet tall, weighing 50 pounds and with brown eyes and black hair

More than 180 officers and other staff, including civilians involved, are helping in a search for Taylor, who entered the second day on Thursday. Another 60 people are also searching around the Paradise Island apartments near Southside Boulevard and Baymeadows Road, where Taylor lived with her mother last week before moving to Brentwood
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More than 180 officers and other staff, including civilians involved, are helping in a search for Taylor, who entered the second day on Thursday. Another 60 people are also searching around the Paradise Island apartments near Southside Boulevard and Baymeadows Road, where Taylor lived with her mother last week before moving to Brentwood

More than 180 officers and other staff, including civilians involved, are helping in a search for Taylor, who entered the second day on Thursday. Another 60 people are also searching around the Paradise Island apartments near Southside Boulevard and Baymeadows Road, where Taylor lived with her mother last week before moving to Brentwood

Efforts continued well into the night at both locations, with many new crews arriving on Thursday morning to help with the search.

& # 39; We approach these investigations in a way that would help us determine if it is a long-term cheat & # 39 ;, Waters told reporters. & # 39; As it looks now, because of her age and because we have not found her, we are worried, but we keep looking because she is missing and we think she might be alone. We want to make sure we try to find her. & # 39;

The Williams family is fully participating in the incident, police say.

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Taylor was last seen in a purple shirt and pink pajama pants. Authorities describe her as three meters long, weighing 50 pounds and with brown eyes and black hair.

Authorities ask the public for help in finding the little girl. Anyone who has seen Taylor or has information about her whereabouts is urgently requested to contact Jacksonville Sheriff & # 39; s Office at 904-630-0500 immediately.

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