Jenise Wright, 6, Missing in Washington State

The girl's parents did not report her missing until 24 hours after last seeing her.
2:16 | 08/05/14

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Now to the desperate search for a missing 6-year-old in Washington state. The little girl was last seen Saturday night when she went to bed. But her parents did not report her missing until late Sunday. They have both taken lie detector tests and we want to thank our station KOMO TV and ABC's gio Benitez has more. Reporter: An urgent search for Denise Wright last seen by her parents as she went to bed in their home. I have hope she just wandered somewhere. Reporter: The FBI and more than 80 police officers from around the area are searching every single car that goes this and out of that suburban neighborhood and with canine teams. Parents called 911 to report her missing on Sunday night. 24 hours after last seeing her. Raising some suspicion. I don't want to speculate on that. That's something the detectives will certainly address but right now our focus is on finding this child with regard to issues concerning why the delay, what was explained to us, this was kind of Normal behavior for this child. Reporter: The missing girl's father spoke exclusively to our station KOMO. I hope she's spending the night somewhere. She's really independent, tenacious. Has her name written all over the house. Reporter: Overnight they turned their search to the Wright home. Both have taken lie detector tests but investigators won't release the results. Child protective services has removed the 8-year-old and 12-year-old siblings while that search continues. The parents told authorities she often plays outside but checks in regularly. The neighbor's daughter plays with her. I have hope she just wandered somewhere. She's just really sweet, trusting, she would walk up to a stranger and talk to them. I could hear them yelling in the street calling her name. I didn't want to find something in the ditch. It makes you think in the area that you felt safe around here who do you live next to. This is where you come in to help search for the girl. She's 3 feet tall and about 45 pounds, again, she's just 6 years old. Officially this is considered a missing persons case with suspicious circumstances and sure hope she'll be okay entering the first grade just next month. We certainly hope they get answers soonment we want to turn

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