MIAMI (CBSMiami) – It’s been six weeks since Aurianna McNear’s daughter was abducted, sexually assaulted, and dumped on the street. If anything, her 11-year-old is doing worse than ever.
“Regression. Setback. Heartache. Pain. Fear. It’s going to take her a long time to overcome. She probably is never going to forget some of the things that he said to her,” McNear told CBS4 Wednesday.
The young girl just recently began telling her parents about the disgusting things the two people who took her did to her.
“I won’t ever stop looking for the man or that woman. Ever,” McNear promised.
Wednesday, Miami police came forward with video that may help break the case.
Surveillance video taken from a nearby house captured the abduction as it happened.
A car pulls up. A minute later the young girl walking home from school is seen passing by. She is called back to the car. Within 30 seconds, she gets in the car and is gone.
“Not a day that don’t go by that I wish I was standing there just ready to intercept that transaction. You all don’t know. You don’t understand how I feel,” said McNear.
After the sexual assault, the victim gave an excellent description. Police made sketches of the two suspects, the rings the victim saw, the house where the incident took place.
“I won’t ever stop looking for that house. I find myself at times just going on the prowl myself, just looking,” McNear said.
Now the video may add another piece to the incomplete puzzle. Despite enhancement by the FBI though, police have not been able to identify the car or their two suspects.
“That’s what’s most disturbing about this incident. This is not an individual that worked alone. He worked with a woman. The female was driving the vehicle and he was engaged in conversation,” said Miami Police Sergeant Freddie Cruz.
Detectives are hoping someone recognizes something.
“We need to put these people behind bars. We can’t have another victim fall prey to these animals, these savages,” said Sgt. Cruz.
McNear is hopeful someone comes forward.
“I don’t want that to happen to any other child in our community let alone any other community. Not to my daughter, not to your daughter…anybody’s daughter. I don’t want that ever to happen again. That person has to be caught and those people know who they are.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Miami Police or Miami-Dade Crimestoppers at 305-471-tips.