Dozens of people attended a candlelight vigil Wednesday night as they tried to refocus attention on the fate of missing Oakland toddler Daphne Webb.
The 21-month-old little girl was reported missing by her father John Webb three weeks ago on July 10.
That night, her father drove to a convenience store on International Boulevard in Oakland he told police while inside someone took the toddler out of the back of the car.
Her family held the vigil to try to keep Daphne's name in the spotlight and help bring her home. Daphne's mom Kiana Davis-Webb sang a heartfelt song for her missing little girl.
"I know somebody somewhere knows something. We're looking to hear from you," said Daphnes grandfather Kevin Davis. "I don't care if you just knock on the door and drop her off. That's good enough for me"
At the apartment were Daphne lives with her father, a sign sits that's been there so long the bright colors have faded and the once fresh flower has dry.
Webb was not home and was noticeably absent from his daughter's vigil.
"We don't know why he didn't show up this time. Maybe we'll see him on the next one," said Davis.
"We would have liked for him to be here for whatever circumstances or reasons he couldn't be here," said Davis-Webb.
Davis-Webb, who said she saves tears for moments alone, couldn't hold them back any longer at the vigil.
An Oakland police spokesperson told KTVU they had no new information in the case.
Daphne's family said they would continue handing out flyers on a daily basis. They have also set up a website -- findbabydaphne.com -- to aid in the search.
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