Missing parents took one child, left toddler home alone; police find illegal marijuana grow in home
Police say 40-year-old Liu Nei Li, 2-year-old daughter Anny Li and 48-year-old Zaiqiao Feng were last seen Monday.

via KDVR:

THORNTON, Colo. (KDVR) -- Police continue to search for a missing Thornton family last seen on Monday.

The parents have two daughters, but police say they took their 2-year-old daughter with them and left the 5-year-old behind.

Police say 48-year-old Zaiqiao Feng, 40-year-old Liu Nei Li and 2-year-old daughter, Anny Li, were last seen on Monday. They left in a gray 2008 Toyota Highlander with Colorado plates 231-REZ.

Neighbors said the family left in a “hurry” and tossed a duffel bag into the car. Police say the parents left their 5-year-old daughter at the house and told her they were going to the grocery store. A relative who lives across the street found her wandering in the yard around 9 p.m. Monday night.

Police say the 2-year-old Anny has an underlying medical condition that requires frequent medication and regular doctor visits.

When Thornton Police executed a search warrant at family's home on 130th Way in Thornton on Wednesday night, they uncovered an illegal marijuana grow. Neighbors told FOX31 that they saw agents pull dozens of plants and equipment onto the driveway.

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