JACKSON, Miss. - Today marks four months since 2-year-old Myra Lewis went missing. Little Myra vanished without a trace from her home in the Camden community of Madison County back on March 1st. She has not been seen since that time.
Authorities continue to work to track down the toddler, but at this point, no arrests have been made and no suspects have been identified in this baffling case.
Madison County Sheriff's Deputies say they are still following all leads, but they have no new activity at this time. Authorities say they are still very hopeful that Myra will be returned to her parents. They say they will continue to do everything they can to make that happen.
During the early weeks of Myra's disappearance, several law enforcement agencies were involved in the search for the 2-year-old, including the FBI.
A $20,000 reward has been offered for the safe return of Myra.
Just days after Myra's disappearance, her mother, Ericka, was arrested for a probation violation. Ericka sat in a Madison county jail until she was released by a judge in May.
In an exclusive story on WJTV News Channel 12, Ericka talked for the first time about her daughter's disappearance in May. You can view a clip from that interview here.
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