Relatives of Arianna Fitts, the two-year-old girl from San Francisco who has been missing for months following her mother's murder, are pleading with the public to help them find the toddler.
The San Francisco Police Department and FBI agents are currently working the case, going through more than 30,000 pieces of information and following up on leads related to the murder of Nicole Fitts, Ariana's mother. But family members just want the young girl home.
Contessa Fitts, Arianna's aunt, has launched a Facebook page to try and keep the word out
"I keep thinking of things I can do to try and figure out where she is," Fitts said. "So many times I just feel so helpless. I've been putting up fliers, I've been asking people to share and re-post her picture on Facebook, and so many people have."
Nicole Fitts was last seen on April 1 and was reported missing April 5. Relatives of Arianna say they haven't seen her since February, but they believe she is alive and is in the care of someone unknown.
Anyone who sees Arianna is asked to immediately call 911. Nicole Fitts was known to travel around Northern California, and police have been looking in both the East and South Bay.