ST. GEORGE, Utah – Police in Utah continued their search for a lacking 5-year-old lady, alongside officers from the FBI and state legislation enforcement businesses, authorities mentioned Sunday.
Elizabeth Jessica Shelley was final seen round 2 a.m. Saturday and reported lacking roughly eight hours later, based on the Logan Police Division.
Officers mentioned the lady could have been together with her 21-year-old uncle, Alex Whipple, who’s now in police custody.
Whipple was booked into Cache County jail in reference to a warrant out of Salt Lake County relating to a failure to adjust to probation, police say.
Logan police described the 21-year-old because the “major suspect” in a Fb publish on Sunday.
Regulation enforcement personnel carried out searches all through Saturday night time and into Sunday morning.
As of Sunday night, greater than 200 folks had been collaborating within the search, Logan police mentioned.
Authorities suggested residents within the search space to watch their dwelling safety techniques for suspicious exercise.
“Any residents within the space between 300 South to 100 North and 300 West to 600 West which have video surveillance, together with good doorbells please test your movies and cameras particularly for the hours between 2 a.m. and midday on Saturday, Might 25, 2019,” Logan police wrote in a Fb publish.
“If something is discovered, please don’t contact it and name dispatch instantly,” police officers mentioned.
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