“It’s a hard day” | The family of missing Lina Sardar Khil marks another month without their daughter

A family spokesman said there were some leads but nothing led them to find the young girl

SAN ANTONIO – Missing for eight months.

San Antonio police are still searching for 4-year-old Lina Sardar Khil, who went missing on December 20 last year.

The little girl disappeared from the playground of the apartment complex where she lived with her family. Lina was 3 years old at the time of her disappearance. Police told KENS 5 in May their case had not gone cold and tips were still being received.

Yet the 20th of each month continues to be a day of despair for the girl’s family.

“It’s a tough day,” said Pamela Allen, a spokeswoman for the family.

Allen said that despite the efforts of police and a Project Absentis private investigator, the little girl is still missing eight months later.

“A few leads have been received, but nothing solid,” she said.

Allen said the public searches are on hold for now as it is believed Lina is no longer in San Antonio or Texas. Nonetheless, Allen is keenly aware of the young girl’s disappearance. She encourages people to wear buttons with the child’s face on them and post their missing flyers.

“We think someone will say something that will turn out to be good advice,” Allen said.

A $250,000 reward is still up for grabs for tips that could lead to Lina. A large amount that Allen hopes will eventually lead to answers.

“[Her parents] I still hope and pray that one day they will hold this baby in their arms again,” she said.

If you have any information regarding the child’s disappearance, the Missing Persons Unit phone number is 210-207-7660. They answer the phone 24 hours a day.

https://www.kvue.com/article/news/local/its-a-hard-day-family-of-missing-lina-sardar-khil-mark-another-month-without-their-daughter/273-4e0e88dc-d4d9-4860-84b0-275f4e1c7c1a “It’s a hard day” | The family of missing Lina Sardar Khil marks another month without their daughter

Laura Coffey

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