FBI asks for information on missing Iowa girl’s birthday

ap photo T’Miyah, 8, and Terrance Brown, 6, of Davenport, share a jacket and carry a sign in honor of missing Breasia Terrell, 10, of Davenport, along 53rd Street on Nov. 14 in Davenport.

DAVENPORT — The FBI is pleading with the public for any information on a missing Iowa girl on what marks her 11th birthday.

The FBI field office in Omaha, Nebraska, posted a plea on its Twitter page Friday asking for any information on Breasia Terrell, who has been missing since July.

“Today is her 11th birthday,” the agency tweeted Friday. The FBI says an award of more than $10,000 is being offered for information on the girl’s whereabouts.

Authorities say Breasia was last seen on July 9 at a Davenport apartment complex with her half-brother and his 47-year-old father. Police have not made any arrests in the girl’s disappearance but have labeled the father of Breasia’s half-brother a person of interest. The man was convicted of a sex crime in 1990 when he was 17.


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