Â This just in from TJ Hart, Please say a prayer for this child – Jan Barrett
The mother of a missing 7-year-old Florida girl who police fear was abducted on her way home from school begged for her daughter’s safe return today as police continued interviewing the dozens of sex offenders who live in the area.
“They should know that she’s one of the most loving little girls in the whole wide world. She doesn’t know a stranger,” Diena Thompson said of her daughter, Somer. “And if somebody has her, please just bring her home.”
Clay County Sheriff Rick Beseler told “Good Morning America” today that police have interviewed nearly 60 of the 94 registered sex offenders that live within a three-mile radius and plan to expand their “circle of interest” to five miles out. But nearly 48 hours after Somer Thompson was last seen, they are no closer to finding her.
Somer Renee Thompson, age 7, was last seen on Monday, October 19, 2009 in the area of West Gano and Debarry Avenues in Orange Park, FL. She was wearing a black shirt under cranberry colored sweat suit, with pink stripes running down the arms and legs, possibly has a red bow in her hair; white hat and scarf. Please call the Clay County Sheriff at (877) 277-6911 if you have any information.
97.3 The Sky has learned that Texas EquuSearch will begin a search for Somer Renee Thompson, age 7, on Wednesday, October 21, 2009, at 8:00 a.m. The Command Center will be located at Orange Park Athletic Association, 1086 Fromhart St., Orange Park, FL 32073. The website for the park is www.opaa.us.