Missing Child- Aisling Symes
Aisling Symes went missing on Monday 5th Otober 2009.
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The parents of missing toddler Aisling Symes are not concerned about whoever has their daughter - they just want her returned safe and well.
Speaking to the Herald this morning, mother Angela Symes cried as she said: "Just as long as they are looking after her."
The toddler's aunt Aithne Potts urged anyone with information to come forward or just drop Aisling off somewhere safe.
"As long as she's safe and well we don't give a damn [about who took her]."
Police searching for Aisling are now looking at any reports of suspicious behaviour in the Henderson area in the past few weeks, particularly involving child-related offending.
TV3 this morning reported that police were going to an address in Henderson after a possible sighting of Aisling, but the story was later taken off their website.
As the search for the 2-year-old intensified yesterday, police confirmed they believed she had been abducted.
Aisling disappeared about 5pm on Monday from her deceased grandparents' vacant Longburn Rd home, which her mother, Angela Symes, was cleaning.
Earlier, neighbour Cherie Tahitahi had heard Aisling and her sister, Caitlin, 5, giggling at some ducklings.
Inquiry head Inspector Gary Davey said it was unlikely Aisling had been swept out to sea and police believed she could be with a stranger.
Suspicious behaviour had been reported in the area recently, he said, but he would not say whether that involved paedophiles.
"We will be profiling people of interest who were either predisposed to that type of behaviour or living in the area."
Yesterday, police went door-knocking. They want people to report any suspicious behaviour within 5km of Longburn Rd.
Early this week, police said an Asian women had been seen talking to Aisling just before her disappearance. The woman was in her 30s, about 165cm tall with a medium build and long straight black hair.
She was wearing a black crew-neck top, with three-quarter-length sleeves, three-quarter-length blue jeans and black leather sandals and black socks.
She had a black and grey medium-sized dog on a lead.
"Someone will know who that Asian lady is with the dog and whether there have been sightings of an Asian woman in and around that Longburn Rd area," Mr Davey said.
Police were confident Aisling was not in the area so had to look at the abduction scenario, "given her age and the possibility of how far she would move under her own steam".
Last night, ESR forensic staff were seen in the Longburn Rd house. Mr Davey said they were doing a forensic search as part of "standard policing procedures".
"Police have to keep an open mind as far as all possibilities, whether she's gone missing through misadventure or has been abducted. I think it would be remiss if we didn't keep all avenues open," he said.
So if anyone has seen this cute girl anywhere, without the parents please contact: 0800 4 247 5464