Police hold “extreme concerns” for a toddler, two days after she vanished from her NSW home with her dad.
NSW Police issued an amber alert for 22-month-old Aria Jane Killiby this afternoon and are seeking urgent public assistance to find the little girl.
Officers have been searching for the toddler for two days after they failed to locate the 22-month-old and her father at his Grafton home on Monday morning just after 8am.
Police had attended the North St address to execute a Child Recovery Order.
The order was issued “due to extreme concerns for the welfare of Aria”, police said in a statement.
Officers searched the home but were unable to find Aria or father Leroy Killiby, 24.
Aria Killiby is described as being of caucasian appearance with a fair complexion, blonde hair and brown eyes.
Leroy Killiby is described as being of caucasian appearance with a fair complexion, of medium build, about 170cm-175cm tall, with brown hair and a brown beard.
Mr Killiby has recently shaved one side of his head and tattooed the words “Aria Jane” with a wasp motif.
It’s believed the father and daughter could be travelling in a red Jeep Cherokee, with Queensland registration plates 131-XDG.
It’s thought they could have possibly travelled to Queensland.
Police are asking the public to be on alert and report any sightings of this man or car.
He is known to frequent Tweed Heads and Queensland.
The public are urged to call triple-0 if they have any information on the abduction, police said in a statement.