Mother of missing 5-year-old daughter posts videos in plea for information

The mother of a missing 5-year-old girl has posted home videos of her daughter in a desperate plea for information on her whereabouts.
Dulce Alavez went missing two weeks ago when she allegedly was taken from a park in Bridgeton.
Noema Alavez posted videos of her daughter taking selfies and singing songs from "Frozen" in hopes to have someone who may be withholding information come forward.
Retired state trooper Fred MacFarlance says the entire community has been working to bring back the little girl.
Merchants in Bridgeton have been posting missing person signs, and have been telling customers about the situation.
The FBI has a link to a page where people can upload photos or videos they may have taken in the park on Sept. 16.
Melissa Helmbrecht, who runs Hope Loft, submitted a video to investigators and says it's the least a person can do to help find Dulce.
"We had quite a bit of footage from like 4:30 to 6:30 of just cars going back and forth," said Helmbrecht. "Every kid matters, especially somebody as precious as she is and we're just waiting for her to come home safe."
A $35,000 reward is being offered for information that may lead to Dulce.
The state's attorney general says people can do so regardless of immigration status.