Police are still searching for 5-year-old Jahessye Shockley, an Arizona girl who went missing on Oct. 11.

Police have searched a three-mile radius from Jahessye's Glendale home, which included checking in with registered sex offenders in the area, The Associated Press reported.

USA Today noted that nothing has come of leads given to police.

We're looking for that break, and it just hasn't come yet, Glendale police sergeant Brent Coombs said, USA Today reported.

Jahessye's mother, Jerice Hunter, left her youngest daughter alone at home with the girl's three older siblings while she went on an errand. When she came back, her daughter was gone and her other children did not know her whereabouts. Those children have been taken into Child Protective Services for reasons unknown, the Web site azfamily.com reported.

We feel that law enforcement is not active in finding Jahessye and that they're more active in persecuting me instead of finding out where she is, Hunter said, The AP reported.

Jahessye was last seen wearing a white T-shirt, blue jean shorts, and pink sandals, according to her Missing Child profile on the Glendale police department's Web site.

Glendale police are offering a $10,000 reward for information that will lead to finding her. The organization Silent Witness is offering a reward of $1,000.