Monday, January 18, 2021

Missing two-year-old girl is found dead in a lake just hours after she wandered away from her Florida home

missing toddler who wandered away from her Florida home was found dead in a lake just hours after she vanished, according to authorities.
The search for two-year-old Lorie Thermidor began Friday around 3:30pm near Redwood Point Drive in Tampa.
She was last seen wearing a pink onesie with grey polka dots.
It’s possible Lorie left home and accidentally walked into a wooded area located nearby,’ police said.
But officers dispatched to the scene after her father soon realized he couldn’t find his daughter.
An intense search for Lorie quickly sparked, with officers and dozens of volunteers combing the area for leads.
Two bloodhounds and a police helicopter aided in the search, Tampa Bay Times reports.
Additionally, divers were sent to search a lake across from the family’s home.
That’s where authorities found the body of the little girl around 8:30pm that evening.
‘Sadly, the child was found in the lake deceased,’ authorities said in a Facebook post.
The comment section has since flooded with condolences and prayers for the family.
No additional details about the incident were released by authorities.
DailyMail.com reached out to the Tampa Police Department for further comment.

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