Fri. Nov 22nd, 2019

Authorities in Florida have knocked on more than 600 doors in the search for a 5-year-old girl who disappeared from her home this week, Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams said Thursday.Hundreds of tips have poured in and more than 300 officers, including those with the dive team and K-9 and mounted units, have searched for Taylor Rose Williams since an Amber Alert was issued on Wednesday, the sheriff said.The sheriff said Taylor’s mother has stopped cooperating with police. He urged anyone who may have seen Taylor with her mother in the last six months to call investigators.He said authorities were talking to Brianna Williams “about some inconsistencies in her statement, and that’s when she chose to stop cooperating with us.””We need her to cooperate with his investigation to help us find her daughter,” the sheriff said.First Coast News reports the girl was last seen around midnight, but she was not in her room when Brianna Williams checked on her around 7:20 a.m. Wednesday. She also found the back door was unlocked.”She’s obviously in danger, at 5-years-old we know it’s very urgent we find her as quickly as possible,” Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office Chief of Investigations T.K. Waters said. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Williams is asked to call 911.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. —

Authorities in Florida have knocked on more than 600 doors in the search for a 5-year-old girl who disappeared from her home this week, Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams said Thursday.

Hundreds of tips have poured in and more than 300 officers, including those with the dive team and K-9 and mounted units, have searched for Taylor Rose Williams since an Amber Alert was issued on Wednesday, the sheriff said.

The sheriff said Taylor’s mother has stopped cooperating with police. He urged anyone who may have seen Taylor with her mother in the last six months to call investigators.

He said authorities were talking to Brianna Williams “about some inconsistencies in her statement, and that’s when she chose to stop cooperating with us.”

“We need her to cooperate with his investigation to help us find her daughter,” the sheriff said.

First Coast News reports the girl was last seen around midnight, but she was not in her room when Brianna Williams checked on her around 7:20 a.m. Wednesday. She also found the back door was unlocked.

“She’s obviously in danger, at 5-years-old we know it’s very urgent we find her as quickly as possible,” Jacksonville Sheriff’s

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