2-year-old Try’Reshia Chamberlain missing from Brooklyn Park FOUND

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November 9, 2018 -Try’Reshia Chaberlain has been turned over to police by a friend of the father, officers tell Fox 9 Try’Reshia appears healthy and unharmed. Their investigation into where she’s been for the last six months will continue.

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Try’Reshia Chamberlain, 2, is missing from Brooklyn Park, Minn. She was last seen on May 1, 2018.

According to the Brooklyn Park Police Department, Trimell Chamberlain, 30, was determined unfit to care for children, so he shared custody with Try-Reship’s maternal aunt.  He had her and did not return her to the Aunt on May 1 as he was supposed to do by the courts.

Chamberlain was located and arrested on Monday in Brooklyn Park but he did not have Try’Reshia with him and he would not say where she was.

She is described as a 2-year-old African-American girl with black hair and brown eyes, about 2 to 2 and a half feet tall and 20 to 30 pounds. She will be 3 on Nov. 15.

Anyone with any information about the missing child is asked to call Brooklyn Park Police at 763-493-8222.

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