Update:  The two-year old girl missing from her home in Tawas City was found Thursday in a heavily wooded area with the help of tracking dogs.  The girl, missing for nearly a full day when she was discovered, looked to be suffering from some cuts and bruises and possible problems associated with exposure to the cold temperatures, but is expected to recover fully.  There is still no word on how she was able to leave her house unnoticed or whether any charges will be filed against her parents.

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The search continued today for a 2-year old girl reported missing from her Tawas City home Wednesday.  

MLive.com is reporting today that the parents of Brookyn Lynn Lilly contacted authorities after  being unable to find the girl in the afternoon.

Police say they said they had last seen her shortly before 2:30 at the family's home in the 1900 block of Laidlaw Road.

Brooklyn is about 2 feet tall and weighs about 30 pounds.  She has blonde hair and blue eyes and was wearing a pink winter coat, black boots and blue jeans.

A search of the area included canine dogs but they turned up no sign of the child.

Officials have refused comment on their exact search site or what they believe may have happened to the child.  They are only saying they hope they find her alive.

They're urging anyone with information on the little girl's whereabouts to contact them immediately.  Several volunteers have joined in the search.

The number to the Iosco County Central Dispatch is (989) 362-1430.

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