Child missing after mother found murdered in San Francisco

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UPDATE 11/26/16 – Arianna is still missing.  The family is hoping that someone will recognize the now three-year-old and report that she has been seen.  She could possible still be in the San Francisco area and could even be going to childcare or preschool somewhere.  San Francisco police questioned Helena Martin, a known babysitter for Arianna.  Martin retained an attorney and is no longer speaking with the police.

The Best Buy on Harrison Street in San Francisco, where Nicole Fitts worked has announced a $10,000 reward for information in the case of Nicole’s missing 2-year-old daughter.  Commander Greg McEachern said at a press conference on May 19, that police are “confident” that Arianna was being cared for by acquaintances of her mother.  The issue is they will not cooperate and they have given police conflicting statements which leads investigators to believe they know exactly where she is. “I think she’s still in the Bay Area and I think she’s still alive,” McEachern said.

Original story:  Authorities are searching for a missing 2-year-old after her mother was found murdered in San Francisco John McLaren Park near University and Woolsey streets on Friday.  Nicole Fitts was found buried in a shallow grave near a playground and covered with a plywood board. The San Francisco Police Dept. stated that could not let out much information surrounding the death of Nicole Fitts, the mother of missing Arianna Fitts, and they still have not released the cause of death. Nicole was found after she was reported missing last week. Nicole was last seen on April 1.

Arianna was last seen the end of February. If you see her please call 911.

 

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