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      New witness in Baby Elaina's disappearance, Who's telling the truth?

      Elaina Steinfurth was last seen June 2nd.

      On Tuesday, WNWO tracked down a new tipster in the disappearance of 18-month-old Elaina Steinfurth.

      The source, who did not want to be shown on camera, said that she saw Baby Elaina the morning of June 2nd.

      According to police, the toddler was reported missing that afternoon.

      The witness says she saw Elaina and her mother, Angela Steinfurth, at an East Toledo gas station between 8 and 9:30 am.

      The woman, who works at the gas station, says that she could positively identify the pair because she worked with Angela Steinfurth at that very gas station.

      She added that when she saw Baby Elaina the toddler did not appear to have any injuries.

      Unfortunately surveillance video at the gas station was not working at the time of the Steinfurth's visit and police will not comment on the woman's account.

      The latest account, however, contradicts reports from other sources that claim to have spoken to police.

      Both "Frank ", a friend and former neighbor of the Steinfurth's, and Angela's step sister say that the 25-year-old told them that Elaina woke up the morning of June 2nd with a black eye, bump on the head and blood around one nostril.

      Angela allegedly gave that account several days after Elaina vanished.

      Last week, the Toledo Free Press interviewed another source that claimed a relative obtained a jailhouse confession from Steinfurth.

      Jobeth Adams, whose sister Connie Elam is allegedly a cell-mate of Angela Steinfurth, said that the young mother admitted to playing a role in disposing of Elaina's body.

      Elam also told her sister that Steinfurth claimed her ex-boyfriend, Steven King, had injured Elaina the evening of June 1st and that the child died from those injuries.

      Toledo Police have not confirmed any of the stories mentioned above and have refused to comment on the information they have obtained in the case but have not named King a suspect.

      Who do you believe is telling the truth?

      in the disappearance of 18-month-old Elaina Steinfurth.

      The source, who did not want to be shown on camera, said that she saw Baby Elaina the morning of June 2nd.

      According to police, the toddler was reported missing that afternoon.

      The witness says she saw Elaina and her mother, Angela Steinfurth, at an East Toledo gas station between 8 and 9:30 am.

      The woman, who works at the gas station, says that she could positively identify the pair because she worked with Angela Steinfurth at that very gas station.

      She added that when she saw Baby Elaina the toddler did not appear to have any injuries.

      Unfortunately surveillance video at the gas station was not working at the time of the Steinfurth's visit and police will not comment on the woman's account.

      The latest account, however, contradicts reports from other sources that claim to have spoken to police.

      Both "frank", a friend and former neighbor of the Steinfurth's, and Angela's step sister say that the 25-year-old told them that Elaina woke up the morning of June 2nd with a black eye, bump on the head and blood around one nostril.

      Angela allegedly gave that account several days after Elaina vanished.

      Last week, the Toledo Free Press interviewed another source that claimed a relative obtained a jailhouse confession from Steinfurth .

      Jobeth Adams, whose sister Connie Elam is allegedly a cell-mate of Angela Steinfurth, said that the young mother admitted to playing a role in disposing of Elaina's body.

      Elam also told her sister that Steinfurth claimed her ex-boyfriend, Steven King, had injured Elaina the evening of June 1st and that the child died from those injuries.

      Toledo Police have not confirmed any of the stories mentioned above and have refused to comment on the information they have obtained in the case but have not named King a suspect.

      Elaina's mother, Angela has been indicted by a grand jury on a felony charge of obstructing justice.

      Who do you believe is telling the truth? Sound off below.