Taylor Rose Williams was reported missing in Jacksonville, Florida on Wednesday
The desperate search for a five-year-old girl started on the third day, because the grim circumstances continue to increase and the girl's mother breaks off cooperation with the police.
Taylor Rose Williams went missing on Wednesday morning at 7.22 am in Jacksonville, Florida by her mother, naval officer 1st class Brianna Williams.
Brianna Williams claimed that she had brought Taylor to bed the previous night, but & woke up in the morning and noticed that the girl was not in her room and the back door to their house was wide open.
Now Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams says that Brianna Williams no longer cooperates with researchers, and that it can take months since someone next to the mother has seen young Taylor.
In a dismal development, cadaver dog picked up on odors in the trunk of Brianna Williams & # 39; car, sources told WJXT TV.
First class naval officer Brianna Williams (above) claimed that she & # 39; woke up in the morning and noticed that the girl was not in her room and the back door to their house was wide open
Reports indicate that carcass dogs warned of signs of dissolution in the trunk of Brianna Williams & # 39; car. The car was dragged out of the house by the police on Wednesday (above)
Although the authorities have not confirmed the accuracy of the statement, they pulled the Brianna Williams car out of her home in the Brentwood district on Wednesday.
"There is not one theory scenario that we are not investigating, and every possibility is being looked at," the sheriff said during a press conference on Thursday.
Sheriff Williams asked everyone who has seen the girl in the past six months to come forward and talk to investigators.
Asked if he could confirm when Taylor was last seen by anyone other than her mother, the sheriff said: “We don't know. So that's part of what we dig into. & # 39;
At least one member of the community has come forward to say that she saw Taylor on June 5 in a primary school where her own child was also present at Navy Airfield Jacksonville.
& # 39; The children were in the same class all year round, so I had actually seen her until the last day of the daycare & # 39 ;, the mother told Action News Jacksonville.
However, it is unclear whether Taylor was ever enrolled in school before fall and researchers are trying to merge her mother's movements in recent months.
Sheriff Mike Williams gives an update on Thursday about the missing 5-year-old Taylor Rose Williams
Neighbors in the new house on Ivy Street, where Brianna Williams moved on Sunday, say they never saw the girl. Women are gathered on the street on Thursday awaiting updates
On Sunday, Brianna Williams in Jacksonville moved from Southside Villas to the house on Ivy Street in Brentwood.
A woman who helped her on the way, however, says she did not see the little girl during the move.
We have never seen a child. We have never heard a child. Nothing, & # 39; Tiffani told Nicole, who was hired to help along the way WJXT TV. & # 39; I assumed the child was in childcare, or the child was with a friend, so she can have her apartment cleaned up. & # 39;
Nicole said that Brianna Williams's house was messy and that the child's mother was acting strangely.
& # 39; To be honest, it seemed like she had recently been evacuated or something because it didn't live well if there was a child, & # 39; Nicole said. & # 39; There was old food on the floor, under the benches. There was waste everywhere. & # 39;
One of the things that helped Nicole move was a toddler's bed, she said.
Neighbors in the new home of Brianna William in Brentwood said they had never seen the young girl since the mother moved in on Sunday.
Taylor (left and right with her mother) was last seen by someone other than her mother in June
Firefighters walk down Ivy Street in Jacksonville looking for 5-year-old Taylor Rose Williams who was reported missing on Wednesday morning
On Thursday evening, the sheriff's office removed his command center from outside the Brentwood home and destroyed massive ground search operations in the area.
However, the police say that the Amber Alert remains in force for Taylor and that the investigation remains a high priority.
From Thursday evening, a Jacksonville detective was on his way to speak with Taylor & # 39; s biological father, Maurice Tate, who lives in Alabama.
Family members in Alabama said he hadn't seen his daughter in about two years after Brianna Williams moved from that state to Jacksonville.
Sheriff Williams quickly pointed out that Brianna Williams has not been arrested or charged, despite refusing to cooperate after investigators have pointed out inconsistencies in her statements.
& # 39; This is what we know: we know that Brianna Williams was the last person to see Taylor and we need her to work with us on this research & # 39 ;, Sheriff Williams said
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
& # 39; Nothing is off the table. We will not take the steps to say that she is a suspect. We know that her daughter is missing and that she was the last to see her. We know she didn't walk away. & # 39;
The sheriff's office also declined to comment on whether cases of child abuse or neglect had been reported against Brianna or the circumstances in Brianna's home.
The mother had previously placed an advertisement for childcare on Craigslist, Sheriff Williams acknowledged.
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.
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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