Police searching for Colorado parents who abandoned their five-year-old daughter at their marijuana grow house, but took their two-year-old girl with them
- Liu Nei Li, 40, and Zaiqiao Feng, 48, drove away with their 2-year-old daughter Anny Li, leaving their five-year-old daughter in their Colorado home
- The couple told the five-year-old they were going out grocery shopping
- Relatives found the girl wandering on the front lawn later Monday night
- They called police to report the parents had abandoned their daughter
- The Thornton Police Department say they found marijuana growing in the home
- The couple was last seen on Monday driving a gray 2008 Toyota Highlander with Colorado plates 231-REZ
- Police want anyone who’s seen the couple to call 720-977-5150
Police in Colorado are on the lookout for a mother and father who left their five-year-old daughter at the alleged marijuana grow house they lived in and fled with their two-year-old daughter.
Liu Nei Li, 40, and Zaiqiao Feng, 48, left their Thornton, Colorado home with daughter, Anny Li, 2, Monday morning, according to the Thornton Police Department.
Police are searching for Zaiqiao Feng, left, and Liu Nei Li, who they say left their five-year-old daughter behind after leaving their home in Thornton, Colorado
The Thornton Police Department is asking anyone who has seen the family, which is driving a 2008 grey Toyato Highlander with Colorado plates 231-REZ, to call 720-977-5150
The Thornton Police Department in Colorado tweeted out the address of a missing family that abandoned their five-year-old daughter at home
The couple told their five-year-old daughter they were going grocery shopping, before pulling away in their gray 2008 Toyota Highlander with Colorado plates 231-REZ.
The daughter was left alone throughout the day Monday, until family members found her walking around at about 9pm on the front lawn.
They called the police at about 9:30pm.
After police executed a search warrant, they said they found a marijuana grow.
‘We don’t have any indication of foul play at this time,’ police spokesman Matt Barnes told the Denver Post.
Police want anyone who’s seen the couple to contact 720-977-5150.
Colorado is currently under a stay-at-home order amid the coronavirus pandemic.