Authorities are dangling a $45,000 reward for anyone able to locate BreeAnn Rodriguez, a 3-year-old southeast Missouri girl who went missing while riding her bike on Saturday.
Rodriguez, of Senath, Mo., disappeared around noon and was last seen riding a pink bicycle with training wheels and wearing a pink top with pink and purple shorts. A weekend search by police officers from several different departments, officers from the Missouri State Highway Patrol and FBI agents yielded no results.
Now law enforcement agencies are combining forces to offer an incentive for searchers: the FBI is now offering a reward up to $25,000 and the Senath Marshal's Office is offering a reward of up to $20,000 in the case.
"She was there; (then) she was gone," Police Chief Omar Karnes told Fox News. "There is nothing. No trace. We don't have any trail."