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BREMERTON, Wash. - The parents of a missing 6-year-old Washington girl have taken lie detector tests to help investigators and searchers looking for little Jenise Wright, but the results probably won't be released to the public, said Kitsap County sheriff's Deputy Scott Wilson.

The tests were taken Monday night as the search continued in the east Bremerton neighborhood around the Steele Creek Mobile Home Park.

Officials meeting Tuesday morning were planning their next step, Wilson said.

The FBI has set up a tipline to collect information. It's 1-800-CALL-FBI. Searchers are also using the hashtag #findjenise

Jenise was last seen Saturday night when she went to bed. Her family noticed her missing Sunday morning but didn't become worried and call for help until that night because she had left the home on previous occasions and wandered around the neighborhood.

The family felt it was relatively safe because the mobile home park is fenced, Wilson said.

The search expanded Tuesday with more resources, 112 personnel and ten agencies.
The little girl's disappearance was being called a missing person case with 'suspicious circumstances,' Wilson said. Most missing children would have surfaced by now, he said.

The investigation now includes the FBI, Washington State Patrol and detectives from nearby police agencies. They are 'looking at the entire spectrum of possibilities: Has the child sustained an accident? Has the child been abducted? Has the child come to harm?' Wilson said.

The FBI has resources 'that we can only dream about - investigative tools, personnel that specialize in child abduction,' Wilson said. 'We're not calling it an abduction, but why not get those resources early on, examine all the possibilities.'

Authorities are trying to locate any registered sex offenders in the area. They also want to look at any surveillance video taken by nearby businesses.

The two parents live in the home in a blended family. An 8-year-old boy and 12-year-old girl were the only other children in the home last weekend. A 16-year-old boy was out of town. Two others at the home are adults.

State child welfare workers removed the 8-year-old and 12-year-old from the home Monday.

Other residents in the park described Jenise as outgoing and unafraid to talk to anyone.

Jenise is 3 feet tall, weighs 45 pounds and has black hair. She'll be a first-grader this school year. She shared a bedroom with her sister.

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