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Arizona police are receiving a flood of tips in the case of a missing 5-year-old from Glendale.
Kindergarten student, Jhessye Shockley, was reported missing two weeks ago.

There have been tips coming in all the way from Ohio. Police detectives in Glendale followed up on a tip about some clothing spotted near a drainage canal, but they determined the garments belonged to an adult transient, the Republic reports.

Monday, police in Mesa, Ariz., followed up on a tip from a bounty hunter who said he’d spotted the little girl in a vacant home, but police did not find her, according to the Republic.

“We’re looking for that break, and it just hasn’t come yet,” police Sgt. Brent Coombs says.

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