Crews have been diligently and repetitively searching for 7-week-old Aniston Walker. A City Watch Alert was issued for the baby, and so far investigations have turned up no reported leads.
The 7 week old infant was last seen at "5604 Falling Bark Drive in Memphis." The baby is a black female weighing approximately 10 pounds with a medium complexion and brown eyes. She was wearing a brown onesie that had football logos on it.
Police have used K-9 units to help in the search for baby Aniston both outside of the home and in the woods nearby.
Aniston's mother claimed she had not seen the baby since leaving the home to drop an older child off at school. She allegedly left Aniston with a caregiver, but authorities are saying that the stories are conflicting.
It was later discovered that Walker left the baby and her 3 year old toddler at home alone while taking her other child to school. It has been discoverd that the 3 year old was again left at home when Walker went to look for the baby.
Several family members have been questioned in relation to the disappearance of Aniston Walker.
The neighborhood has been searched 4 times while small garbage bins and dumpsters have also been combed through. So far there is no trace of the helpless 7 week old baby.
Neighbor, Zyyeria Green made a statement that many have thought throughout the entire ordeal when she said, "When a baby ain't nothing but seven weeks, you could have took the baby with you ... Most mothers I know take the baby everywhere that they go."
Crime scene detectives have removed baby items from Walkers home, but nothing has been released if anything has been found.
Though police have not officially stated that a crime has taken place, Aniston's mother, Andrea A. Walker, was arrested and booked Friday at 4:06 a.m.
Andrea Walker, 33 years old, has been charged with "2 counts of aggravated child abuse and 2 counts of aggravated child neglect or endangerment." It is said that she called the baby's father before notifying the police that Aniston was missing.
Walker stated that the home was locked and that there was no signs that anyone had forced their way into the home.
The affidavit stated, "Affiant is an experienced homicide investigator and personally observed several hours of interview with defendant, Walker. Based on his experience and age of the child that is missing, Affiant has probable cause to believe the child has sustained serious bodily injury."
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of this child or with information that could lead to her should call police at 901-545-2677.