Law enforcement is looking for a missing SC toddler who was taken by her parents and may be in Minnesota or Iowa.
A 2-year-old Camden girl who was taken from the state by her parents labeled as "heavy into meth" have been spotted in the Midwest, according to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The Winneshiek County Sheriff's Office says 2-year-old Dakota Ray was found in the company of her biological parents, who do not have custody of her, Thursday night.
Police believe they may now be in Minnesota. Law enforcement received information they may now be in Minnesota.
The trio may be traveling in a 1996 beige Ford Aerostar Van with SC license plates LMU173.
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According to Camden Police Department It is possible that they may be begging or asking strangers for money.
The child and parents are also believed to be sleeping in their vehicle. He is 6'1 and weighs 340 pounds and has light brown hair and brown eyes. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. 2 year old Dakota Ray was placed into the custody of the Department of Human Services where she is being cared for.
"Jessica is described as 5'2" tall, 112 lbs. with long, light brown hair and blue eyes.
Jessica is 36 years old. But on April 16, Dakota's uncle left her with William Ray while he went to get some food, and the two were gone by the time he returned.
Dakota Ray was set to be taken into DSS custody when her parents, Jessica Louise Ray and William Eugene Ray, absconded with the child. A deputy stopped the pair and arrested the two on a variety of charges including theft and operating a non-registered vehicle.