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Missing Hawaii 6-year-old last seen sleeping at home

According to the State Department of Education, the adoptive parents of a missing 6-year-old Hawaiian girl pulled her from school to homeschooling, the State Department of Education said. A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Education. In June, adoptive parents submitted documents to school to withdraw their children to homeschooling, Karani said. Karua’s search began on Thursday’s fourth day. According to Honolulu Police, she was last seen sleeping at home in Waimanalo, on the eastern side of Oahu. Sonny Kalua told The Associated Press Thursday that he and Lehua Kalua hired a girl in January. “We were instructed by the detective from day one that we weren’t supposed to talk to reporters,” he said. Interim Chief Raid Banick told the Honolulu Police Department Wednesday that there was not enough evidence that she had been kidnapped. Police have interviewed many people, but some have acquaintances and family members who have “not yet gone out to be interviewed.” He said in a statement on Thursday by the Criminal Investigation Division. “I hope this will change in the near future as Isabella’s investigations and investigations continue,” she said. “At this point, cheating has not been ruled out.” Police described the girl with brown eyes and brown hair as white and mixed race. Police believe she wore a black hoodie, black leggings, colorful socks, and a Nike slide with a pink sole. Volunteers from all over the island, along with city, state, federal and military agencies, are helping with the search. ___ Associated Press Researcher Jennifer Farrer of New York contributed to this report.

According to the State Department, the adoptive parents of a missing 6-year-old Hawaiian girl pulled her from school to homeschooling.

Isabella Karua attended a kindergarten at Waimanalo Elementary School through distance learning last year, said Nanea Karani, a spokeswoman for the education department. In June, adoptive parents submitted documents to school to withdraw their children to homeschooling, Karani said.

Karua’s search began on Thursday’s fourth day. According to Honolulu Police, she was last seen sleeping at home in Waimanalo, on the eastern side of Oahu.

Sonny Kalua told The Associated Press Thursday that he and Lehua Kalua hired a girl in January. “We were instructed by the detective from day one that we weren’t supposed to talk to reporters,” he said.

Interim Chief Raid Banick told the Honolulu Police Department Wednesday that there was not enough evidence that she had been kidnapped.

Police interviewed many, but there are acquaintances and family members who “have not yet come out to be interviewed,” Lieutenant Dina Thames of the Criminal Investigation Bureau said in a statement Thursday.

“I hope this will change in the near future as Isabella’s investigations and investigations continue,” she said. “At this point, fraudulent play has not been ruled out.”

Police described the girl with brown eyes and brown hair as white and mixed race. Police believe she wore a black hoodie, black leggings, colorful socks, and a Nike slide with a pink sole.

Volunteers from all over the island, along with city, state, federal and military agencies, are helping with the search.

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The Associated Press researcher Jennifer Farrer in New York contributed to this report.

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