(Left) Aliayah Lunsford at age 3 when she went missing;
(Right) age-progressed photograph of Aliayah at age 5

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has released an age-progressed photograph of a 3-year-old Weston girl Aliayah Lunsford who disappeared in 2011.

The photograph represents what she might look like at age five.

Authorities have not identified any suspects in her disappearance, nor have they said they believe she is still alive. The FBI has posted a $20,000 reward for information leading to her recovery or an arrest.

The girl's mother, Lena Lunsford, has spent time in prison since the disappearance for welfare fraud, and has faced numerous problems violating her release terms.

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