Authorities are following up on new leads in the case of a missing Ozark girl, reported missing last week. 11-year-old Montavia Robinson was reported missing last Friday by her grandmother, after she was allegedly taken by her non-custodial mother, Alnisa Jones. Ozark police have followed up on leads and found that Jones rented a U-Haul truck from Warren`s Locksmith & U-Haul Rental Service in Ozark. Also new in the case, police received some tips Monday afternoon from South Florida, and supposed sightings have also been made in North Carolina. Local authorities are working closely with agencies in both areas. At this point, they are confident they will be able to find Montavia. Ozark Police Chief Tony Spivey and the State Department of Public Safety say, the case does not meet criteria for an "amber alert", but a media child alert has been issued. Police also have a warrant out on the mother for interference with custody...forgery charges are also pending.
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