Trenton Duckett investigation
From the Orlando Sentinel-
OCALA -- Marion County sheriff's investigators say they are looking for new clues in the search for missing Leesburg toddler Trenton Duckett.
Detectives are trying to find the owners of a Cadillac Escalade SUV who might have met with Trenton's mom, Melinda Duckett, in the week before the 2-year-old's reported abduction on Aug. 27, the agency announced Wednesday.
According to authorities, a witness told them a woman resembling Melinda Duckett met the couple at a construction site on U.S. Highway 27, less than a mile north of the Florida's Turnpike entrance ramp and just north of Plantation-at-Leesburg.
The couple, described as an Asian or Hispanic man and woman in their late 50s to early 60s, drove a light silver or light gold SUV, possibly with a New York license tag. The Escalade SUV may have been a model built between 2002 and 2006.
The witness told detectives that woman had a small child with her and she placed a blue or black bag on the hood of her vehicle.
Trenton was reported missing days later from his bedroom in his mother's Leesburg apartment. She told police she was in another room watching a movie at the time. Melinda Duckett, who police labeled the prime suspect in the case, committed suicide Sept. 8, almost two weeks after her son's disappearance.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Marion County Sheriff's Office at 352-732-9111 or Leesburg police at 352-787-2121.
Please continue to pray for this boy and all his family.
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