Missing Georgia Girl: Search Expands to Kansas City After Vehicle Sighting

A missing child case has taken a concerning turn as authorities believe a 3-year-old Georgia girl may be in Kansas City, Missouri.

Zaryiah Storto-Shell was last seen in Macon, Georgia, but her suspected abductor’s vehicle was spotted at a QuikTrip gas station on East Front Street in Kansas City on July 3rd according to the source Yahoo

The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office issued an endangerment alert for Zaryiah. She was last seen with 34-year-old Rahim Mims, who reportedly failed to return the child after an authorized outing.

Mims is described as 5’5″ and 135 pounds, driving a black 2007 Ford Explorer with Missouri license plate JK8X7T.

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Zaryiah is 3 years old with black hair and was last seen wearing a beige t-shirt with the word “Love” and a white flower on it, along with blue jean shorts and pink beads in her hair.

Authorities believe she may be in danger.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol is urging anyone with information on Zaryiah, Mims, or the vehicle to call 911 immediately. The Bibb County Sheriff’s Office can also be reached at 478-751-7500.

Time is of the essence, and any lead could be crucial in bringing Zaryiah home safely.

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