Shasta County sheriff’s detectives are searching for a missing baby girl and have described her father as a “person of interest” in the infant’s disappearance.
A $10,000 reward has been offered in the mysterious disappearance of 6-month-old Ember Skye Graham. Her father, Matthew Ryan Graham, said he last saw her at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday when she was asleep in her crib.
The father told detectives that when he awoke at 5 a.m. Thursday, the baby was gone from their home on Noosha Lane in Anderson.
The child suffers from seizure disorder and needs medication.
Meanwhile, her father’s statements to investigators regarding the disappearance have been deemed inconsistent by authorities. He is being held on suspicion of violating terms of his probation for failing to disclose taking certain medication.
His probation stems from driving under the influence and forgery convictions. He has not been charged with crimes related to the disappearance of Ember.
Investigators want anyone who might have seen his pickup truck driving or parked near Clear Creek Road on Wednesday to contact them. The pickup is a 1990 dark blue Chevrolet with black rims and no license plates. A cowbell hangs beneath the front bumper.