3-Year-Old Boynton Beach Girl Missing, Possibly Endangered: Police

A 3-year-old Boynton Beach girl is missing and possibly endangered after her father picked her up for a visit Saturday and has not been heard from since.

Michelle NG Rodriguez was last seen around 5:20 p.m. on Saturday, when her father, 41-year-old Michael NG Ojeda, picked her up at her mother's apartment.

Oriana Rodriguez, 26, told detectives that the arrangements were that Ojeda was going to bring Michelle to a family gathering at his sister's Delray Beach home, and that he would have her back by 8 p.m.

Rodriguez called Ojeda's sister at 7:01 p.m., to check on Michelle, but she said that they hadn't showed up to the house. Ojeda told his sister that he was going to a restaurant to have dinner with Michelle and Rodriguez.

Michelle was last seen wearing black leggings, a pink sleeveless blouse and tan fur coat with silver shoes that light up. She has a vertical scratch on her forehead from where her cat scratched her today.

Ojeda is driving a red 2012 Ford Shelby Mustang with a Florida tag of BVMI94. It has a white stripe that runs from the hood to the trunk of the vehicle. He was last seen wearing jeans, a dark t-shirt and black and white ball cap.

Anyone with information or who has seen them is urged to immediately call Boynton Beach Police at 561-732-8116 or their local law enforcement agency.

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