Three-month-old Arieanna Day who disappeared from her bed in the night
Police are hunting for three-month-old Arieanna Day, who disappeared from her bed in Roanoke, Virginia, at around 11pm Tuesday
The baby's grandmother Sophia Bryant told a local news outlet: 'We suspect who may have took the baby, but we really don’t know.' She added: 'I want justice. I want the baby found'
Arieanna's mother says she put her baby to bed around 10pm, and that when she returned an hour later the infant was gone. There were no signs of forced entry at the home
Arieanna was last seen wearing a pink onesie and pink socks. The family has been cooperating with police in the search
Chief Tim Jones told press Wednesday: 'This circumstance is unusual. Someone out there knows what happened to this child. I am very concerned about the child’s life'
Paying Attention To Your Health
- What Are the Symptoms of Breast Cancer?
The symptoms of breast cancer include:Lump or thickening in or near the breast or in the underarm that persists through the menstrual cycle.
- How Can I Protect Myself From Breast Cancer?
Breast cancer experts don't agree when women need to begin getting mammograms.
- What Causes Breast Cancer?
what causes breast cancer, although we do know that certain risk factors may put you at higher risk of developing it.
- What Are the Symptoms of Zika?
Zika can cause fever, rash, joint pain, and redness in the whites of the eye
- How Is Breast Cancer Treated?
Breast cancer treatments are local or systemic.Local treatments are used to remove, destroy, or control the cancer cells in a specific area, such as the breast.
- Swollen Lymph Nodes
You have these small, bean-shaped glands in your neck, armpits, and other places in your body.
- How Is Breast Cancer Diagnosed?
In certain women who are at increased risk for breast cancer, an MRI may be ordered.
- Breast Changes
Most breast changes are not cancer.
- Blood When You Use the Bathroom
If you see blood in the toilet after you go, it's a good idea to talk to your doctor.
- What Happens After Treatment?
Following local breast cancer treatment, your doctors will determine the likelihood that the cancer will recur outside the breast.