Chilling moment girl, 3, called Cupcake lured away from party with trail of sweets in last sighting of abducted toddler – The Sun

Chilling moment girl, 3, called Cupcake lured away from party with trail of sweets in last sighting of abducted toddler – The Sun




CCTV has been released of the last time a helpless three-year-old was seen before she was cruelly snatched from a birthday party in Birmingham, Alabama.

The toddler, “Cupcake” dressed in a pink Minnie Mouse t-shirt was lured from a party by a man and woman who left a trail of sweets.

 Cops issued an amber alert and fear Kamille is in 'extreme danger'

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Cops issued an amber alert and fear Kamille is in ‘extreme danger’
 The todllers follow the man out of the shot after a short conversation

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The todllers follow the man out of the shot after a short conversation

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The grainy footage shows Cupcake, real name Kamille McKinney, and another child picking the sweets up from the ground outside their block of flats.

The two little girls were playing near the Tom Brown Housing Community on Saturday, October 12 about 8.30pm.

The pair toddle about by the side of the road as they scoop up sweets.

An adult man walks past them, but doesn’t stop to check if the children are okay or if they’re accompanied by anyone.

A few seconds later another man approaches the children from the same direction.

He can be seen taking long, purposeful strides towards the three year old before he stops and talks to the two children.

The man engages the tots in conversation for a few seconds and then they follow him – just about able to walk on their tiny legs – out of the shot.

The man is then thought to have put Kamille into his car and driven off with her.

It’s unclear what happened to the second child but it’s understood Kamille is the only child cops are searching for.

The owner of a Toyota Sequoia in was been detained and questioned by cops in relation to the disappearance, but they are still at a loss as to where little Kamille could be – almost two weeks after she disappeared.

Cops issued an amber alert and fear Kamille is in “extreme danger” after she was taken from an area near the Tom Brown Housing Community on Saturday night about 8.30pm.

The toddler’s father, Dominic McKinney, told AL.com that he was relieved the suspect had been caught but would not rest until his daughter was found safe.

Birmingham Police said they were continuing to search the surrounding area for the little girl.

He said “I feel a little better that they got him but the search goes on because Cupcake still isn’t home.

“We’re still not stopping. I feel better that they caught him, I do, but until I see that baby, they can catch him all day.

“We will find her tonight.”

Kamille was seen last wearing a pink Minnie Mouse t-shirt and leopard print shorts.

She had yellow, white and blue bows in her hair and she is believed to have been barefoot when she was last seen.

Her father Dominic McKinney made a desperate plea for her return, saying he has spent the night searching abandoned buildings and schools for his daughter.

“I just want my daughter back. I’ll pay anything, I’ll put up anything,” said the 27-year-old.

“Everybody knows Cupcake and I’ll do anything to bring that baby back home.”

 Three-year-old Kamille 'Cupcake' McKinney was snatched outside a birthday party, police say

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Three-year-old Kamille ‘Cupcake’ McKinney was snatched outside a birthday party, police say
 Authorities released surveillance images of the male suspect

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Authorities released surveillance images of the male suspect
 Police believe this vehicle was involved

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Police believe this vehicle was involved
 Her father Dominic McKinney made a desperate plea for her return

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Her father Dominic McKinney made a desperate plea for her returnCredit: al.com
 This is the SUV police after looking for in connection with Kamille's alleged abduction

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This is the SUV police after looking for in connection with Kamille’s alleged abduction


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