Ga. Mom Whose Toddler Was Found Wandering in Fla. Might Have Met Man Online Before Vanishing: Dad
As the search continues for a mother declared missing when authorities found her toddler son wandering alone in a South Florida parking lot in July, the woman’s father is speaking out, saying he believes his daughter may have been on her way to meet a man.
In an interview with WTVJ, Leila Cavett’s father, Curtis Cavett, said he has reviewed all of her social media accounts and thinks she made plans to visit a man she met through an online dating website.
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“It’s on her Facebook,” Cavett says. “I have to meet with detectives tomorrow so we can see if we can go into her messages on her Facebook.”
The young mother, 21, is from Alabama, but was living with relatives in Georgia at the time she vanished.
The search for Cavett began on July 26, the day her 2-year-old son, Kamdyn Cavett Arnold, was spotted in Miramar, walking around barefoot and wearing just a T-shirt and a diaper.
Police recovered Cavett’s white Chevy pickup truck days later from a Walmart parking lot close to where Miramar borders Hollywood.
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Curtis Cavett told WTVJ he is assisting police in their investigation, following all leads about his daughter’s disappearance.
He said he worries she may have been abducted.