The Miramar police reported that Monday night that they had already contacted the boy’s relatives that found walking alone in Miramar. However, the child’s mother is still missing.
According to detectives, Leila Cavett, 21, is the mother of Kamdem, 2-year-old, whom they found walking alone this Sunday in the 1860 block of the southwest and 68 Avenida de Miramar.
Family members told officers that Cavett lived in Alabama and moved to Georgia. They said that although they have spoken to her, they have not seen her physically in a long time.
“We believe that she may be the mother. However, DNA tests must be done to confirm, ”said Tania Rues, the Miramar police spokeswoman.
Leila Cavett’s sister published on her Facebook account in the early hours of this Tuesday, that He was traveling to Florida from Alabama to speak to the police and search for the boy.
However, the police said that the investigation is still ongoing. “We are still in the process of interviewing friends and other family members for more information,” officials said.
Covett was last seen driving a white Chevy 3500 from the 1990s, but “Unfortunately, we don’t know where.” said Tania Rues, a police spokeswoman.
The woman who found the baby said that when she saw him, she believed her mother was close. “Yesterday morning I went to look for coffee cream when I returned I saw him standing and I thought he was next to his mom’s car, believing that she was getting out of the car. But later I saw that he was crying and when I approached, I saw that he was alone, ”Ebony Williams reported at a press conference.
The Miramar police spokeswoman reported that the case is strange because 24 hours have passed and they don’t have information from the mother yet. “Usually when children are found, between 1 and 3 hours there is already the information from the parents,” said Rues.
Police also reported that they are concerned about the safety and well-being of the boy’s alleged mother. Also, the law enforcement department of Florida and Alabama issued an alert and they ask for the help of the community to find Leila Cavett since they “believe that she may be in danger.”
If you have information call the Miramar police at 954-602-4000 or the Walker County Sheriff’s Office at 205-302-6464.