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Family continues looking for missing Oakland baby
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- Family and friends of missing Oakland baby Daphne Webb are continuing to pass out fliers, 17 days after her disappearance.
On Saturday they concentrated in the area where the baby's father lives, on Mountain Boulevard and Keller Avenue.
The girl's grandfather, Kevin Davis, says every day since she went missing has been hard.
"Oh, man, it's unreal because there's no way to prepare for something like this," he said. "And I'm sure a lot of people can say that about their specific situation, tragedies they go through, but for us there's really no way to even prepare."
Daphne disappeared from the back of her dad's car.
Davis said the family has no information on Daphne's whereabouts.
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