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Sources inside the family of a missing 5-year-old Glendale, Ariz. girl say Jhessye Shockley wasn’t in school for a week and a half before she disappeared.

See also: Police Scramble To Find Arizona Girl Missing For 2 Days

This and other revelations are slowly coming to the surface as Glendale homicide detectives  are now leading the investigation three weeks into the girls disappearance.

Family members say Jhessye’s mother, Jerice Hunter, told the school Jhessye had ringworm.

Police said Monday the girl’s mother is not a suspect.

Glendale police Det. Jeff Daukas tells CBS 5 Hunter’s polygraph test has not yet been scheduled. Daukas says it will be conducted by the FBI or Glendale police.

Read more at kpho.com.

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