Michigan police say missing girl ‘in danger’, allegedly abducted by estranged father
Police in michigan issued a ‘disappearing in danger’ alert for a 4-year-old girl after she was allegedly abducted by her non-custodial father.
Michigan State Police say Lilliana Nardini is believed to be with her noncustodial father Erik Nardini, 46, and was last seen in Marysville, Michigan, at a Burger King.
Marysville Police say Erik Nardini recently received a court order requiring him to return Lilliana to his mother. After Erik Nardini received the court order, police said he told the mother “she would never see the child again”.
While officials said the two were in a 2020 Chevy Silverado Burgundy or a 2018 Chevy Silverado Charcoal, Marysville Deputy Police Chief Edward Gerrow told Fox News Digital that Erik Nardini and his 4-year-old daughter years are now in a silver 2003 Ford Taurus with license plate. number EKT-6624.
Police said the car was last seen in Toledo, Ohio, nearly a two-hour drive from Marysville, Michigan.
Lilliana Nardini is 3ft and 30lbs, according to police.
Gerrow said the Federal Bureau of Investigation has been made aware of the situation.
Police are asking the public to call Marysville Police at 810-364-6300 or 911 if they see the pair or the cars.