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3 people say they saw Myra Lewis at a Memphis hotel

MEMPHIS, TN (Mississippi News Now) -

Memphis Police say 2-year-old Myra Lewis was seen at a south Memphis hotel today, and that three people reported seeing her. The FBI is investigating the sighting.

One of the people is an employee at a Discovery Inn, on South Third Street. Police arrived on the scene and found nothing.

The employee says she saw Myra with a man.

Myra disappeared from her Camden home March 1. A $20,000 reward is being offered for solid leads in the case.

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