A LEAP Alert has been issued for Jenise Paulette Wright, 6 who has been missing since Saturday night.
UPDATE/BREMERTON, WA. (AP) - The parents of a missing 6-year-old Washington girl have taken lie detector tests to help investigators and searchers looking for little Jenise Wright.
Kitsap County Deputy Scott Wilson said Tuesday the tests were taken Monday night and he doubted whether the results would be released to the public.
Searchers worked through the night in the east Bremerton neighborhood around the Steele Creek Mobile Home Park. Wilson says officials are meeting Tuesday to plan their next step.
Jenise was last seen Saturday night when she went to bed. She wasn't reported missing until Sunday night.
State child welfare workers took two other children out of the home Monday. PREVIOUS COVERAGE:
BREMERTON, WA. (AP) - A sheriff's spokesman says the parents of a 6-year-old girl who disappeared from her Washington home and wasn't reported missing for a day have agreed to take lie detector tests and allow a search of the home.
Kitsap County Deputy Scott Wilson said both the home search and lie detector tests were in progress late Monday night.
Wilson says state child welfare workers removed two other children from the home earlier Monday.
About 80 searchers including dog teams looked Monday for little Jenise Wright, who was last seen Saturday night when she went to bed. Her family noticed her missing Sunday morning but didn't become worried and call for help until that night because she had left the home on previous occasions and wandered around the neighborhood.
BREMERTON, WA. - A LEAP Alert has been issued for Jenise Paulette Wright, 6.
She was last seen by family members around 10 p.m. Saturday August 2, when she went to bed at the family home.
Jenise is part Caucasian, Native American and Filipino with black hair and brown eyes .
She is believed to be 3 ft tall and weighing 45 lbs .
The family said the child has left the home previously and wandered around the neighborhood with friends and siblings but checks in every few hours.
When she wasn't in the house Sunday morning it was assumed she was in the local area.
The family became concerned when they didn't hear from her by 8:30 p.m. and started a door to door check in their mobile home park.
They called 911 at 9:55 p.m. August 3, when the family couldn't find her.