(St. Louis Police)

UPDATE: St. Louis police find missing 4-year-old

April 17, 2019 - 5:00 pm

Updated at 7:35 p.m. Friday

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Police say they've located a missing 4 -year-old.

Detectives were looking for Paisley Bolda, last seen this morning in the 39-hundred block of Nebraska and with her mother 26-year old Bianca Digar.

Now, police tell us they've located the child. They say an aid call at S. 37th St and Eichelberger was related to this case.

The 4-year-old is in juvenile division custody, and was taken to the hospital to double-check for injuries. Several suspects are in custody.

Our previous story:

St. Louis Metropolitan police are still searching for 4-year-old Paisley F. Bolda who hasn't been seen since Wednesday morning. Authorities tell KMOX they cannot comment on any possible involvement from the FBI.

KMOX reached out to police for an update on the investigation and clarification to why it was called a "serious" missing persons case. Police spokeswoman Michelle Woodling tells us because the child is under the age of 12 it is considered "serious." 

Police say she is still missing but could not give other comments because it is an active investigation. 

Anyone will information on Bolda or her mother, Bianca Digar, who is believed to be with her should call the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department Juvenile Division at 314-444-5327.

Our original story:

St. Louis Metropolitan Police are seeking for help to find a missing 4-year-old. Police say she is probably accompanied by her mother, Bianca Digar, 26, who is described as a white female, possibly driving 2007 blue Honda CRV with Missouri Temporary tag "01TS0G."

Paisley F. Bolda was last seen on Wednesday around 8:20 a.m. in the 3900 block of Nebraska Ave. wearing a light purple shirt, dark blue jeans, and black/white/purple Jordan shoes.

She is 2’5” tall, 40 lbs., has shoulder length blonde hair and brown eyes.

If located, please notify the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department Juvenile Division 314-444-5327.

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