Dallas Wired PR News Story Update on Missing Dallas Baby
As reported by Fox 4 News, the parents of the missing 9 month old baby are in jail after the mother, Tamaira Creagh, told Dallas police that the child’s father dumped her into the Lewisville Lake, after she came home and found the child on the floor and not moving.
Below is the story published previously.
Reward Offered for Missing Dallas Baby
Dallas police are searching for a 9 month old baby who was reportedly kidnapped Tuesday.
Wired PR News – Police are searching for a missing baby who was reportedly taken from her home in Dallas Tuesday. As reported by the Dallas Morning News, a $10,000 reward has been offered by Schepps Dairy for the safe return of nine month old Daisja Weaver, who was stated by her parents to have been kidnapped by an unknown man after he allegedly tried to assault the mother.
The mother Tamaira Creagh is quoted in the report as stating to Channel 8 News, “I just want whoever has my little girl to bring her back.”
Daisja is described in the Dallas Morning News report as being black with black hair and brown eyes. A picture is available at http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/yahoolatestnews/stories/061309dnmetdaisja.7392ce94.html. Anyone with information should call the Dallas police at 214-671-4268, or 214-671-4250.Tags: baby, Dallas, Fox, girl, jail, lake, Lewisville, Missing, mother
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