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Parents hand out flyers for missing Oakland toddler
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Both the mom and dad of missing 21-month old Daphne Webb handed out fliers of the little girl in Oakland Saturday.
The toddler was last seen ten days ago by her father, John Webb. He told police he came out of a convenience store and saw she was missing from his car.
The girl's mother, Kiana Davis, and Webb held hands during a prayer. Then Davis told us what she wanted from the event.
"And I'm hopeful that maybe somebody that, you know, wouldn't feel comfortable talking to the police, may want to talk to one of us, you know, have anything, just a clue, a hint, anything that would help just to, you know, point us in whatever direction," Davis said.
Witnesses say they saw a woman walking with a girl matching Daphne's description on July 10.
Police have not said if any clues have been found in the case.
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