Orlando police looking for missing mother, 11-month old daughter

The Orlando Police Department is asking the public’s help to locate a missing mother and her 11-month old daughter.

According to OPD, on Monday, April 25, Tanayris Negron-Mantilla was reported missing by her mother. Negron-Mantilla is possibly traveling with her 11-month-old baby, Katalina.

The two are traveling in a gray, 2016 Toyota Camry 4-door sedan, according to police.

Negron-Mantilla’s mother says she is in need of her medication and is concerned for her well-being.

If you see Negron-Mantilla or her daughter, call 9-1-1.

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