Investigators say they're treating the disappearance of a 5-year-old north Florida girl as an abduction.
The Putnam County sheriff's office said they are assuming she was abducted because house-to-house searches of the neighborhood found no evidence that she wandered away.
Haleigh Cummings was last seen Monday night in her father's mobile home in Satsuma. The rural community is about 70 miles north of Orlando.
Appearing on CBS' The Early Show, Ronald Cummings, the girl's father said he had no clue where his daughter could be.
"I don't have any idea why anyone would abduct anyone's daughter," he said.
Cummings had an emotionally-charged exchange with a 911 operator upon reporting Haleigh missing when he returned home from work early Tuesday.
"I just got home from work and my 5-year-old daughter is gone," Cummings told a dispatcher on a 911 call. "If I find whoever has my daughter before you all do, I'm killing them. I don't care if I spend the rest of my life in prison."
His girlfriend had woken up and discovered the child was missing.
Asked if the little girl may have wandered away, Theresa Cummings, Haleigh's grandmother said, "Absolutely not."
"Haleigh is afraid of the dark," she told The Early Show.
Authorities have searched the neighborhood and divers have probed the adjoining St. Johns River.