The Nassau County Sheriff’s Office is asking people to be on the lookout for a Tennessee man suspected of kidnapping his daughter.
Skyla Lashay Wilson, 2, has been missing since Sunday.
Authorities believe Michael Wilson, 35, took her and could be headed to Fernandina Beach or Orlando.
Wilson may have ties to either of those places. Sheriff Bill Leeper said his deputies are on high alert just in case.
“If you were to see that, you would be extra cautious when you investigate further or stop the individual,” said Leeper. “If you feel like you need to have additional personnel with you, certainly call for help.”
Tennessee authorities said Wilson does not have custody of his daughter and they believe she’s in danger.
Deputies said Wilson picked up the toddler on her birthday last Thursday, but never returned her to her mother.
Wilson was last seen driving a 2014 black Kia Soul.
Skyla’s mother Stephanie Wilson told Action News Jax's CBS affiliate that she and Michael are separated.
She said he should be considered dangerous.
“It’s difficult for me knowing that he gets her, just because I know how he is with kids,” she said. “He’s a really rough person.”
Wilson’s Kia Soul was last seen Friday in Calhoun, Georgia at a truck stop's ATM.
If you have any information about the location of Wilson and his daughter, you’re asked to contact the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office at (423) 728-7337 or the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.