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Marysville police looking for missing 4-year-old, last seen with father

By Arica Frisbey of Sanilac Broadcasting

Marysville Police and family are asking for help in finding 4-year-old Lillianna Nardini, who was last seen at the Burger King on Gratiot Avenue in Marysville on Monday night.

The child, described in the press release as brown-haired, brown-eyed, three feet tall and thirty pounds, was last seen being dropped off to her father, Erik Nardini, at the restaurant around 10:30 p.m. on January 9.

According to police, Mr.Nardini had lost custody of his daughter, and they have no idea where he would have gone after leaving the restaurant.

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While investigators do not know what clothes Lillianna was wearing when she disappeared, they are urging the public to keep an eye out for a 2018 charcoal gray Chevy Silverado, license plate number CSP838, or a 2020 burgundy red Chevy Silverado, license plate number EBR4234.

If you see these vehicles or have other information related to the disappearance, you can call Marysville police at (810) 364-6300, Port Huron police at (810) 984-5383, or call 911. Search efforts are ongoing at this time.

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