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ZAYLEE GRACE FRYAR
MILLERSVILLE, Tenn. -- An endangered child alert was issued Monday for 4-month-old Zaylee Grace Fryar. The girl has black hair and brown eyes and weighs 12 pounds. She has a quarter-size brown birthmark on her right leg. She was last seen with Shauna Marie Fryar, her mother, on May 1 at their home. Police said no personal belongings for the baby or Fryar are missing. They said Fryar has a history of drug abuse. The Millersville Police Department activated the alert. Anyone who has seen Zaylee is asked to contact the department at 615-859-2758 or the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 800-TBI-FIND. MILLERSVILLE, Tenn. -- An endangered child alert was issued Monday for 4-month-old Zaylee Grace Fryar. The girl has black hair and brown eyes and weighs 12 pounds. She has a quarter-size brown birthmark on her right leg. She was last seen with Shauna Marie Fryar, her mother, on May 1 at their home. Police said no personal belongings for the baby or Fryar are missing. They said Fryar has a history of drug abuse. The Millersville Police Department activated the alert. Anyone who has seen Zaylee is asked to contact the department at 615-859-2758 or the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 800-TBI-FIND. Link below
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9:54 PM on June 11, 2011 
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Reply A Million People for the Missing
11:28 PM on June 1, 2011 
Search For Zaylee Fryar Hits One Month Mark Posted: Jun 01, 2011 10:28 PM EDT by Heather Graf MILLERSVILLE, Tenn. - The search for a missing infant has reached the one-month mark. Four-month-old Zaylee Fryar and her mother disappeared on May 1st. A week later, authorities found Shauna's body in the Cumberland River, but not the baby. "That still to this day is my concern. The baby. The welfare of the baby," said Millersville Police Chief Ronnie Williams. "I've got two children of my own, two little girls, so it touches home." He said his officers, along with the TBI, FBI, and the National Center For Missing & Exploited Children, have devoted countless hours to the search for Zaylee. They've scoured the Millersville mobile home park where mother and daughter were last seen. Investigators also spent several days searching the waters of the Cumberland River, but never saw any signs of the baby. Family members are holding out hope that she's alive. "I'm not going to give up, because I want to find out where she is," said Zaylee's father, Thurman McMurry. "I don't call her Zaylee, I call her my angel." Police have said McMurry is not a suspect, because he was in jail when Zaylee and Shauna went missing. McMurry believes someone out there knows something about his daughter's whereabouts. "Just please if anyone has my kid, if you know anything, let someone know," he said. "Don't be scared, just come forward and let somebody know you know something." Shauna's estranged husband, Michael Fryar, feels the same way. He's been questioned by police several times, because he was the last person to see Shauna and Zaylee alive. "Michael had nothing to do with them missing, he did nothing but try to help. Even though they were separated, they were still best friends," said Cliff Fryar, Michael's father. He said their side of the family is also praying someone with information comes forward. "There's somebody out there that knows who picked her up the day that she left. There's someone out there that knows where that baby is and what happened," he said. Police said the fact that Shauna left behind her car, cell phone, wallet, and the baby's diaper bag is one of several things about this case that just doesn't make sense. While hundreds of tips have come in, Williams said people can help by making those tips a bit more specific. "If you see a child that fits Zaylee's description, don't just call and give us the car description. Get the tag number if at all possible," he said. Investigators tell us they are still waiting on toxicology results from Shauna Fryar's autopsy. They hope that report provide some insight into whether she died before or after her body hit the water