Missing Toddler: Mom’s 911 Call Released

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CLEVELAND, Ohio-- Cleveland Police release tape of a chilling 911 call, made by Camilia Terry, the mother of 3-year-old Emilliano Terry, missing since Sunday afternoon.

Terry says her son simply vanished without a trace after bringing him and two other children to Kossuth Park at East 121st Street around 5 p.m. on Sunday.

After searching fifteen minutes, police say the 20-year-old mother used her cell phone to call 911. The operator asked, "How long has it been since you last saw him?" Terry answered, "Fifteen minutes ago. I was looking everywhere for him. I can't find him."

Terry was back on the scene with Cleveland Police and the FBI Monday morning, searching for clues.

Police and the Guardian Angels have been canvassing the area throughout the night and into Monday, searching vacant homes, garages and dumpsters.  Search dogs have even picked up the young boy's scent inside the park.

Cleveland Police investigator Deon McCulley says Terry is being cooperative in the investigation. He adds, "Ms. Terry is providing information. We've interviewed her on a number of occasions. Um, done a walk through with her to get a good vantage of what she saw and what her other children may have seen."

Camilia Terry was taken to the FBI building in downtown Cleveland Monday afternoon for additional questioning.

The toddler was last seen wearing a red and black sweater, blue jeans, black and blue tennis shoes and a gray coat.

Anyone with information on Emilliano Terry’s whereabouts should immediately call 911 or the Fourth District Detective Bureau (216) 623-5418 or (216) 621-1234.

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