- A two-year-old girl reported missing in SC was recently spotted in Iowa and may now be in Minnesota, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Camden Police Department in SC.
If you have seen them or have information regarding their whereabouts please call 911 or the Camden South Carolina Police Department at 803-425-6025.
Police are anxious about the child's well being, and are asking for help locating her. Surveillance footage showed Willian Ray, Jessica Ray and Dakota at a hospital in Iowa May 14, according to the NCMEC statement.
The parents and child were traveling in a 1996 gold Ford Aerostar van and may change the plates on the vehicle.More news: West Ham offer manager's job to Paulo Fonseca
Police say they may be sleeping in the van and asking passers-by for money.
Dakota was removed from her parents care for safety reasons, but authorities have been unable to locate them. According to law enforcement in Camden, S.C., both parents are believed to be heavy methamphetamine users.
Authorities are looking for 2-year-old Dakota Ray, and her parents, William and Jessica Ray. She is 5'2 and weighs 112 pounds and has long light brown hair and blue eyes. He is 6 feet 1 inches tall and weighs 340 pounds.
Dakota has been missing since April 15, 2018 from Camden, #SouthCarolina.More news: Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan agree to study filling of Nile dam
Jessica Ray is 36 years old.
William Ray, the missing child's father, went missing with the child when the child's uncle dropped him and the child off at a DSS office. The parents are not to be in custody of the child based on an "ex parte" order that DSS received.More news: Bashar al-Assad has travelled to Russian Federation to meet Vladimir Putin