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Lewis family speaks out on Myra's disappearance

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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

It's now been almost six months since 2 year old Myra Lewis vanished from her home in Camden. Friday her parents spoke to us exclusively about her unexplained disappearance, and why they continue to believe she'll be returned home safely.

Ericka Lewis, her husband Greg and their children, have been without little Myra since March first. She disappeared from Mt. Pilgrim road in Camden without a trace.

"I want her home," says Ericka Lewis, Myra's Mother. "I want it to be revealed to anybody that has her, let them come out and bring her home to us because I know she's ready to come home."

Even after a massive search of the area, Myra's whereabouts remain a mystery. Even after all this time, the Lewis' still are hopeful, she will walk back into their lives one day.

"She was abducted, I know she was and they just need to bring her home to her family where she belongs," says Lewis.

"I can't see anyone hurting a child like Myra," said her father Greg. "I just can't see anyone hurting a baby like that, she has a synergy persona."

Cell phone video of Myra attending a parade shows just how full of life she is. The Lewis family says her return will make their lives complete, and they're not giving up hope.

"I wish there was something I could do to bring her home, but I don't have anything, I don't know what to do," added Ericka Lewis. "I just miss her. I just want them to bring her home to me."

This weekend the Myra Lewis 'help find me' Facebook page is organizing a ribbon event that will be held at Canton. People are invited to help tie pink ribbons around the city, and hand out flyers.

It starts at 10 a.m. on the Canton square. The public is invited.

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