The search for a missing northwestern Indiana toddler has entered its second week as the FBI and police continue to investigate her disappearance.

Authorities say 2-year-old Jada Justice of Portage was apparently abducted from a car June 16 while her 18-year-old cousin who was baby sitting her went into a convenience store in Gary. The cousin was briefly held as a person of interest but has since been released.

FBI Special Agent Wendy Osborne said Wednesday that more than 100 calls have been received at a hotline — 1-800-CALL-FBI — set up to receive tips concerning the missing girl. She says several leads have been investigated but Jada remains missing