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Police are offering a $3,500 reward for information leading to Breasia Terrell, who is reportedly partially deaf and has trouble with her vision
Police, family and concerned neighbors are desperately searching for a missing 10-year-old girl who vanished in Davenport, Iowa, late last week.
According to KWQC, Breasia Terrell was last seen in the early hours of Friday morning at the 2700 block of East 53rd Street in Davenport. Breasia’s grandmother Donita Gardner told the Quad City Times that Breasia had gone to stay at the home of Henry Earl Dinkins on Thursday night with her cousin, who is reportedly Dinkins’s son. The little girl had vanished by Friday morning.
Dinkins is a registered sex offender with a criminal history. Breasia’s family reportedly asked police to search Fejervary Park and a lagoon at Credit Island after they heard a tip that Dinkins mentioned something about “Mother Goose.” According to the Quad City Times, there is a large Mother Goose structure at the entrance to the park, where police and volunteers were seen scouring the area on Friday.
#BREAKING: Family and DPD tell me a search at Credit Island in Davenport is connected to missing 10-year-old Breasia Terrell. Here’s a new photo provided by Breasia’s mom. DPD could not confirm how/why they are searching here. She was last seen in the area of E. 53rd St @kwqcnews pic.twitter.com/yhiObFO67v
— Courtney Spinelli (@CourtSpinelliTV) July 11, 2020
Lankford said she has reason to believe her daughter was last seen somewhere near Credit Island, but the search has expanded to include other areas along the Mississippi River and West Davenport.
“Her picture is everywhere. Everywhere. And nobody has called and come forward,” Lankford said.
A growing group of family, friends and strangers have been scouring muddy river banks, rummaging through an overgrown junkyard and tracing the riverside.
“She’s 10 years old, she’s just a little bitty thing. She’s probably really scared,” said Marissa Hoffeditz, who doesn’t know the family but nevertheless spent hours of her day Saturday looking for Breasia. “We just need to find her.”
The search party said they have found evidence and turned it over to Davenport detectives. But Breasia’s mom can’t shake the feeling that this isn’t real.
“It’s never gone past 24 hours and she’s not here. This is not real,” Lankford said.