by David Miller
Loveland, Ohio – “It’s been a very long day, especially for the Crawford family,” said Loveland Police Chief Sean Rahe at a 2 PM news conference at City Hall. Rahe read from a prepared statement that said, “We are in the early stages of an ongoing criminal investigation.”
Also appearing with Rahe was Savalas Kidd, a Assistant Special Agent in Charge with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI). No new information was provided and they took no questions, except about why a Amber Alert was not issued.
The City of Loveland Police Department is looking for Kaylynn Crawford. Kaylynn’s father reported her missing from his car in the parking lot of Dollar General on Loveland Madeira Road at approximately 8:52 p.m. Sunday night.
Kaylynn is described by police as, “A four month old African American girl approximately15 pounds.”
Rahe said, “Everyone’s priority right now is to find Kaylynn and return her to her family.”
The Federal Bureau of Investigations is also assisting.
BCI is the lead agency in the investigation. Kidd said they are conducting interviews and canvasing areas of interest. Many family members were seen going into the Loveland Safety Center this morning and a home was searched in Loveland. A car at the home was removed.