WESTMINSTER, Colo. (AP) -- Police have released more photos and a short home video of 10-year-old Jessica Ridgeway, who disappeared Friday while walking to school in the Denver suburb of Westminster.
Police hope the video will help the public learn her mannerisms and the sound of her voice.
They're asking the public to notice some of the fifth-grader's distinguishing characteristics, such as a small gap between her two front teeth and a sore on the top of her nose below where her eyeglasses sit.
Her backpack was found on a sidewalk in a neighborhood about six miles north of her home two days after she went missing.
Jessica Ridgeway's mother along with her father, who lives in Missouri, also plan to make a plea for her return in an interview with a Denver television station.
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