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A 4-year-old girl believed to have been abducted by her non-custodial father has been found safe. WXYZ reported that Lilliana Louise Nardini was located in Ohio with Erik Nardini, who was arrested by the Ohio State Patrol. Soldiers were working with Port Huron police to return the girl to her mother in Michigan.
Police are looking for Erik Nardini and his four-year-old daughter, Lillianna Nardini. According to police reports, Erik Nardini was supposed to drop off four-year-old Lillianna Nardini with her mother, however he never showed up. What is causing so much concern in this particular case is that Erik Nardini told Lillianna’s mother that he “would never see her daughter again.”
Erik Nardini was last seen in a burgundy 2014 GMC Sierra pickup with Michigan license plate DB-27664. Erik is also known to drive a charcoal gray 2018 Chevy Silverado pickup with Michigan license plate CSP-838. If you see Erik Nardini or Lillianna Nardini, call 911. Below is a photo of Lillianna Nardini.
The Marysville Police Department and Michigan State Police are searching for a missing girl they believed her father had taken and are asking for the community’s help.
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The age of Lilliana Louise Nardini is just 4 years.
Lilliana Louise Nardini went missing
The Marysville Police Department believes 4-year-old Lillianna Nardini was last seen being dropped off by an unidentified person at approximately 10:30 p.m. Monday at Burger King in the 3100 block of Gratiot Avenue in Marysville. The police believe that she is with her father Erik Nardini. Erik recently received a court order ordering the child to be turned over to Lilliana’s mother, according to police. After receiving the court order, he told her mother that he would never see the boy again, police said.
Erik was last seen in a burgundy 2014 GMC Sierra pickup with Michigan license plate DB-27664. Erik is also known to drive a charcoal gray 2018 Chevy Silverado pickup with Michigan license plate CSP-838. Lilliana is believed to be with her father and they are currently on the run, the Marysville Police Department said. If you see Lilliana or Erik Nardini, stay away and call 911. If anyone has information leading to the location of either person, please call the Marysville Police Department at (810) 364-6300 or the Port Huron Police Major Crimes Unit at (810) 984-5383.
Lillianna Nardini is described as being 3 feet tall and weighing 30 pounds. She has brown hair, brown eyes, and is white. The clothing she was wearing at the time of her disappearance is unknown and she has no identifying marks. Erik Nardini is a resident of the Macomb and Oakland county areas. Lillianna’s mother is a Cadillac resident. Police are actively searching for Lillianna Nardini at this time.
The father of a missing 4-year-old Michigan girl recently told the girl’s mother that he would never see her daughter again, authorities said. Police in Marysville and Port Huron are searching for Lilliana Louise Nardini, a 4-year-old Marysville girl. She was last known to be with her noncustodial father, Erik Nardini, according to authorities.
Lilliana was last seen around 10:30 p.m. on Monday (January 9) at the Burger King restaurant at 3100 Gratiot Avenue in Marysville. Nardini, 46, recently received a court order requiring him to turn over her daughter to her mother, authorities said. Instead, she told the girl’s mother that she would never see the girl again, according to police.
Nardini was last seen in a burgundy 2014 GMC Sierra pickup with Michigan license plate DB-27664. He is also known for driving a charcoal gray 2018 Chevrolet Silverado pickup with Michigan license plate CSP-838. “Lilliana is believed to be with her father and they are currently on the run,” Marysville police said in a statement.Read More….
Anyone who sees Lilliana or her father should call 911. They should not be approached, authorities said.
Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the Marysville Police Department at 810-364-6300 or the Port Huron Major Crimes Unit at 810-984-5383.