HARVEY, La. - The search for a missing six-year-old from Harvey reached its third day on Monday.
Ahlittia North was last seen on Friday night when she was being tucked into bed. When her parents woke up on Saturday morning, the front door of their apartment was slightly open. North's queen size comforter, toothbrush and toothpaste were missing.
On Monday morning, Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office held a meeting with about 30 people from different law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, to figure out how to attack the search.
Over the weekend, deputies combed through a wooded area across the street from the apartment building she was living in. They conducted a grid search on foot and found absolutely no sign of North.
Detectives administered polygraph tests to her family members to make sure that their story checked out, which it did.
As of Monday afternoon, detectives had no leads or clues. Investigators were going door-to-door in the neighborhood in hopes of finding useful information.
If there is no sign of North by 5:30 p.m., the search will be expanded.
North was last seen wearing a grey tank top and pink pajama pants. She had braided hair.
Crimestoppers offered a $1,000 reward for any information that leads to her safe return and up to $2,500 for information that leads to an arrest. Their number is 822-1111.