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The FBI searches for missing mother, 21, whose son, two, wandered the parking lot alone

The FBI took part in the search for a missing mother whose two-year-old son wandered alone in a Florida parking lot ten days ago.

Nothing has been heard from Leila Cavett since little Kamdyn Cavett was found in Miramar on July 26 with only a t-shirt and diaper by a concerned member of the public.

Cavett lives with her son in Atlanta, while the rest of the family lives in Jasper, Alabama. The family said Cavett has no known ties to South Florida and that they are desperate for answers.

She was last seen on July 25 in a white Chevy 3500 from the mid to late 90s, with a red tailgate and a “Baby on Board” sign on the passenger window. Police say the vehicle was later found on July 28 in Hollywood, Florida.

Miramar police said “they are” concerned about her [Leila’s] safety and well-being. “The family’s lawyer said,” Police said she may have been on Fort Lauderdale beach before disappearing into the company of a black man. “

Cavett’s sister, Gina Lewis, said in a Facebook post, “Please help me find my sister, my heart is breaking. I can not breathe.’

Nothing has been heard from Leila Cavett, right, since little Kamdyn Cavett, left, was found in Miramar on July 26 with only a T-shirt and diaper by a concerned member of the public

Nothing has been heard from Leila Cavett, right, since little Kamdyn Cavett, left, was found in Miramar on July 26 with only a T-shirt and diaper by a concerned member of the public

Leila was last seen on July 25 in this white Chevy 3500 from the mid to late 90s, with a red tailgate and a 'Baby on Board' sign on the passenger window. Police say the vehicle was later found on July 28 in Hollywood, Florida

Leila was last seen on July 25 in this white Chevy 3500 from the mid to late 90s, with a red tailgate and a 'Baby on Board' sign on the passenger window. Police say the vehicle was later found on July 28 in Hollywood, Florida

Leila was last seen on July 25 in this white mid-to-late 90s Chevy 3500, with a red tailgate and a ‘Baby on Board’ sign on the passenger window. Police say the vehicle was later found on July 28 in Hollywood, Florida

Another sister, Tyuania Cavett, added: “Every day that passes she can be increasingly in danger and we don’t even know. We have no answers. We can’t get her in the least. ‘

Her father Curtis Cavett told it CBS“He’s everything to her. Kamdyn is her life. That is the love of her life. She will never leave, never. On Monday, Curtis said his daughter may have been in Florida to meet a man she met online. He added, “It’s on her Facebook.”

At a news conference last week, Ebony Williams told reporters that she saw the little boy in the parking lot and that the child’s mother had to be around. She said she got out of her truck and heard him cry.

I asked him, “Where’s your mother? “and he was just pointing a little bit everywhere,” Williams said. “I held out my hand to him, he took a few of my fingers and we just walked around the complex hoping to find someone who was looking for him or calling his name.”

Williams, who said she was staying with a friend in the apartment complex, asked the neighbors if they knew the boy’s mother. She knocked on the doors, but no one recognized the child. She said he couldn’t communicate, it was all baby talk.

She called the police who brought the child to the office and posted his photo on social media looking for his parents. The photos went viral, Leila’s family saw them.

At a news conference last week, Ebony Williams told reporters that she saw the little boy in the parking lot and that the child's mother had to be around. She said she got out of her truck and heard him cry

At a news conference last week, Ebony Williams told reporters that she saw the little boy in the parking lot and that the child's mother had to be around. She said she got out of her truck and heard him cry

At a news conference last week, Ebony Williams told reporters that she saw the little boy in the parking lot and that the child’s mother had to be around. She said she got out of her truck and heard him cry

Cavett’s sister, Gina Lewis, said in a Facebook post, “Please help me find my sister, my heart is breaking. I can not breathe’

Lewis told WPLG that the family has no connections to South Florida.

“We’re in the middle of a pandemic,” said Lewis. “So it’s not like they went on vacation with the baby out of the blue. There is no way.’

The child was handed over to the Florida Department of Children and Families.

“Let someone know if you’re okay,” said Lewis. “She would never have left him like that.”

Cavett’s family told reporters that they last spoke to her about two weeks ago.

“I FaceTimed her on July 17. We were on the phone for about an hour and she was fine, “said one of the sisters. “She had no plans to come to Florida, so we’re very confused right now.”

Leila's father Curtis said she may have been in Florida to meet a man she met online

Leila's father Curtis said she may have been in Florida to meet a man she met online

Leila’s father Curtis said she may have been in Florida to meet a man she met online

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