Miami Gardens Police Seek Public's Help in Finding Endangered Missing 10-Month-Old Child

Police said they believe Arianna Willis, who has been missing since Friday, is in the custody of her father

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    Miami Gardens Police asked for the public's help Sunday in finding Arianna Willis, who has been missing since Friday from 2951 NW 211th St. in Miami Gardens. Police said they believe the endangered missing 10-month-old girl is with her father, Dexter Jones, 42, who they said is in violation of a court order to surrender her.

    Miami Gardens Police said they’re looking for an endangered missing 10-month-old girl who they believe is in the custody of her father.

    Police asked for the public’s help Sunday in finding Arianna Willis, who has been missing since Friday from 2951 NW 211th St. in Miami Gardens.

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    She was last seen wearing a red and white top and red shorts. Also seen in a photo released by police is her father Dexter Jones, 42, who is in violation of a court order to surrender his daughter, police said.

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    Miami Gardens Police ask anyone with information on the case to call them at 305-474-6473 or 305-474-1583.

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