Police working for new leads in missing Ariz. girl

By AMANDA LEE MYERS | October 21, 2011 | 12:40 PM EDT

PHOENIX (AP) — Police searching for a 5-year-old Arizona girl missing for a week plan to fan out once again in the area where she disappeared in hopes of turning up new leads.

Police in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale have no suspects or evidence in the disappearance of Jahessye (JES'-ee) Shockley.

Jahessye was last seen Oct. 11 by her three older siblings at her Glendale apartment while their mother was running an errand. Police believe Jahessye left the apartment through the front door but don't know what happened next.

Police have said they would've found some sign of the girl by now if she had some type of accident. They say the fact that they haven't points to a possible kidnapping.

Police say everyone who knew Jahessye or interacted with her is a "person of interest" in her disappearance.