North Las Vegas Police are now seeking the public's help in finding 2-1/2-year-old Everlyse Cabrera. The toddler disappeared from her foster home over the weekend.
Police are saying that Everlyse's foster family is no longer cooperating with the investigation.
Police can't go into detail about exactly what that means but what Eyewitness News does know is the only way they can verify the foster parents story is by talking to anyone who has seen Everlyse since May 15th.
Police have called in the National Center for Exploited and Missing Children and Nevada Child Seekers is waiting in the wings to jump in and help so they can focus on this part of the case.
Elaine Sinnock's workweek actually started about four days ago. She was getting ready to go out to dinner when she got the call and had to drop everything. She is not a firefighter, a police officer or a paramedic. In a way she is more like a detective.
Elaine Sinnock said, "We are trained to look in bushes, in swimming pools and different areas to look for anything suspicious."
Her job -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week -- is to look for missing children with Nevada Child Seekers. The police cannot handle it themselves. They just don't have enough people.
The National Center for Exploited and Missing Children is joining the investigation for two reasons. The first is so police can focus on the criminal aspect of the case. The second is because they are experts in looking for missing children.
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