Arianna Fitts went missing in San Francisco, CA in 2016. Her aunt Tess Fitts reacts to the New Ebony Alert Law in California.
April 1 will mark six years since 2-year-old Arianna Fitts went missing. She vanished the same day her mother Nikki was murdered, and her family fears someone kidnapped Arianna and is holding her to this day.
Arianna Fitts was just two-and-a-half years old the last time she was seen by family. The search for her began when her mother, Nikki, was found murdered and left in a shallow grave in San Francisco's McLaren Park. There was no sign of the toddler.
After finding that nearly 30 percent of missing persons in the United States are people of color, Derrica and Natalie Wilson began working to bring more national attention to their cases.
The San Francisco Police Department announced a $100,000 reward on Friday for information about the disappearance of a 2-year-old girl and the murder of her mother in 2016.
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