Police in Columbia County, Mississippi, are searching for a 10-year-old girl who disappeared Monday night.
The girl was seen leaving her home around 11 p.m. and not being heard from again, according to a news release from the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office.
Her parents have not yet been located.
Sheriff’s Office investigators are following leads, but they have not located any leads or suspects.
The search for the missing girl is being assisted by a team of volunteers, including an online volunteer network called FindColumbia.com, that allows people to search and help find missing children.
FindColumbie.com volunteers have located the girl’s body in an area of the park near a water slide and is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to her safe return.
The search is also being assisted with the assistance of the Mississippi Department of Public Safety and the FBI.
Columbia County Sheriff Chris Clements said his office does not believe the girl is in danger.
If the girl does go missing, she would be a very difficult case to solve, Clements told The Associated Press.
The last time a child was abducted in Columbia was in 1997, Chens said.
“If you’re not a law enforcement officer, then you should not be looking for a child, ” Clements added.