The search resumes today (Monday) for a Floyd County girl who’s been missing since Friday morning. Searchers will be back out today hoping to find five-year-old Evelyn Celeste Miller, who has been missing since Friday from a rural apartment complex near Floyd. More than 300 volunteers and emergency personnel widened their efforts to a larger area on Sunday, searching for about nine hours before storms began to roll into Floyd County. Sheriff Rick Lynch says there are no primary suspects in the case. Miller was last seen early Friday morning in her family’s apartment, but when her mother returned home from work just after six A.M., Evelyn was gone. Miller’s fiancé reported he was asleep in the apartment at the time along with Miller’s two other children. Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation and F-B-I agents are continuing to interview neighbors, friends, and family. Anyone wishing to volunteer in the search is asked to report to the Floyd Community Center.
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