UPDATE [6/4/19, 10:15 a.m. EST]:

According to the Shelby County Sheriffs Office, Rose has been found safe and her father is now in custody.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) is asking for people’s help in locating a missing 11-month-old girl who was taken by her father.

According to WCNC, Rose Graham was last seen wearing a blue onesie. It’s unclear if Rose lived with her father at the time of the abduction or if he has custody of the small child.

Rose is described as a black female with black hair and brown eyes. The TBI originally reported that Rose stands 3-feet-tall and weighs 22 pounds. However, hours later, they later corrected themselves on Twitter, saying the little girl is just 22-inches tall:

Her biological father, Roscoe Graham, who is accused of kidnapping the young girl, is 25 years old. According to the TBI, he is described as a black male with black hair and brown eyes. He is 5-feet-11-inches tall and weighs 185 pounds.

The TBI wrote on their website:

Roscoe is reported to be suicidal and in possession of a weapon. Rose and Roscoe were last seen in the 7500 block of Lowrance Road in Memphis, TN.

And on Twitter, the TBI says Roscoe is also believed to be on foot, rather than in a vehicle.

According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, here are a few steps a parent can take “if they fear that a family member may attempt to abduct their child”:

  • Obtain a custody determination from the court which specifically outlines custody and visitation rights.
  • Request that the judge include abduction-prevention measures in a description of the visitation rights such as supervised visitation, posting a bond, entering a child’s name in the Passport Issuance Alert Program, and surrendering a child’s passport to the court.
  • Advise the child’s school or daycare of custody orders, flag passport applications for your child, and have children memorize essential information such as home address and phone number in case of emergencies.
  • If a court order prohibits the child’s removal from the country, enroll him/her in the “Prevent Departure” Program

Anyone with any information regarding either Rose’s or Roscoe’s location is asked to please contact the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND or Detective Dotson at the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office at 901-379-7625.

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