Family asks for help to find missing Houston girl

Texas EquuSearch has expanded its search for 4-year-old Maleah Davis on Monday night, turning to First Colony Mall in Sugar Land.

The child's family also made a public plea to help find the missing girl.

Her mother, Brittany Bowens got emotional while asking the public for their help.

"If there's anybody that can help me, please, please, I just want to find my baby. I just want to find her," Bowens said.

Maleah's grandmother, Brenda Bowens, made a similar cry for help.

"If she's listening to this, I want you to know that Nana loves you and I promised to take you to Lake Charles and I still want to do that. I want to fulfill my promise that I told you the other day. And I miss you and I love you," Brenda Bowens said.

Maleah's father, Darion Vence, said he, his 2-year-old son and Maleah were kidnapped on Friday night. An Amber Alert was issued for Maleah shortly after Vence and his son were released.

Vence said three Hispanic men drove up in a blue Chevrolet pickup truck and one hit him over the head and he lost consciousness.

According to police, Vence said the next thing he remembered was waking up Saturday by Highway 6 and the Southwest Freeway in Sugar Land.

Maleah and the Nissan were missing. Texas EquuSearch said it is looking for the silver Nissan Altima, too.

Maleah recently had brain surgery and requires constant care.

Anyone with information on Maleah’s whereabouts is urged to call 911 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS (8477).

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