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Family hands out flyers for missing Oakland toddler
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- The family of a 21-month-old missing girl in Oakland handed out flyers Saturday, 30 days after she was first reported missing.
Daphne Webb's father, John Webb, says she was taken out of his car while he stepped inside a store on International Boulevard in Oakland.
On Saturday, family and friends focused their efforts around Alameda Beach. It's a spot Daphne's parents frequented.
They will be handing out more flyers on Wednesday.
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