DETROIT (WXYZ) - Police say they are taking every tip seriously in the search for little Bianca Jones and investigators are also reviewing surveillance videos from businesses and other locations around the site of the reported carjacking for any clue to what may have happened to the two-year-old girl..
Today more than 200 volunteer searchers, accompanied by Detroit Police officers, spread out across the Midtown area where the two-year-old little girl seemingly disappeared on Friday.
Volunteer searchers tell 7 Action News that in the basement of an abandoned house on Custer, east of John R. they found pink clothing that did not appear to have been there very long. FBI agents secured the clothing but later told Action News that it is not connected to the missing toddler.
Bianca's father, D'Andre Lane told police that she was taken during a carjacking Friday morning. Officers found the car abandoned approximately six blocks away.
Anyone with any information on the case or the whereabouts of two-year-old Bianca Jones is asked to call Detroit Police at (313)596-2260 or Crimestoppers at 1(800)SPEAK-UP. You can remain anonymous and the reward is now over $20,000.
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