MPD asking for safe return of 2-year-old Noelani Robinson, FBI offering $5K reward
Milwaukee Police are also giving the person who has Noelani a one-time way out, saying they "likely will not prosecute" if she is returned safely.
Search for Noelani continues...FBI offering $5,000 reward. Chief says seeking help from entire nation @CBS58pic.twitter.com/KOROC8JggK— Tori Bokios (@toribokios) March 15, 2019
An AMBER Alert was issued Monday evening for the toddler after her mother, Sierra Robinson, was killed Monday afternoon near 91st and Mill. At the time, it was believed Noelani was with her father, Dariaz Higgins.
The #FBI is offering a $5,000 REWARD for info leading to the location of two year old Noelani Robinson. Last seen with Dariaz Higgins who is now in custody with Milwaukee PD. However, Noelani is still missing and considered in danger. If you see her, call 911 immediately. pic.twitter.com/HXlT0b2hYL— FBI Milwaukee (@FBIMilwaukee) March 15, 2019
Higgins was arrested Wednesday and has been charged with killing Sierra Robinson. Noelani was not found when Higgins was arrested. In a press conference Friday, Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales said Higgins gave them information on Noelani's whereabouts but says all of that information has been found to be untrue. Morales went on to call Higgins "a cold-blooded killer" and said the search for Noelani has become "a game to him."