FBI Reviews Footage as Search for Missing Texas 3-year-old Intensifies

Local law enforcement and the FBI are reviewing footage from several sources in an attempt to search for a 3-year-old girl who went missing a couple of days ago.

During a press conference on Wednesday afternoon, the San Antonio Police Department shared updates on the continuing search for Lina Sardar Khil. 

The little girl Lina went missing on Monday, 20th of December, from the playground at her family’s apartment complex situated on the 9400 block of Fredericksburg Road.

SAPD Chief William McManus asserted that the first hours are very crucial in such cases of a missing person, but said that time is passing rapidly.

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During the press conference, McManus said “Early on is very important. Unfortunately, I have to say the longer time lapses the less hopeful we become.”

Officials Announced a Reward of $10,000

Lina’s family are migrants from Afghanistan who reached San Antonio back in 2019, Lina’s father Riaz Sardar Khil claimed on Tuesday night. He stated that he and his wife think she was kidnapped.

FBI reviews
FBI reviews

McManus claims that they are still examining the case like a missing person case and not a kidnap. Though McManus further added that he did urge the FBI’s child abduction unit.

K9’s did find a scent when they started to look for her Monday night but misplaced it and have not been able to find it again since then.

Now, the Islamic Center of San Antonio is proposing reward money of $10,000 to anyone who gives any information to aid authorities in searching Lina.

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Posted by Islamic Center of San Antonio on Wednesday, 22 December 2021

SAPD has a command center at its downtown headquarters and the USAA campus near the apartments where they are reviewing the video footage from doorbell cameras or personal videos together with FBI agents.

On Thursday, police will continue to look into the area around the apartment complex. McManus claims investigators now have a translator to aid them in overcoming a language barrier they were facing previously.

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