AMBER Alert Issued For Child Who Was Not Reported Missing For Two Months
Police in Tennessee have issued an AMBER Alert amid a statewide search for 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell.
The child — who has not been seen since December — was reported missing by the Department of Children’s Services.
The Sullivan Country Sherrif’s Office are now working with the parents to determine the whereabouts of the child, and why her disappearance had not been reported sooner.
Evelyn’s father Ethan Perry is on active duty with the US Army and stationed in Louisiana.
“I’m currently working with authorities trying to find Evelyn,” Perry said in a statement earlier this week, “I can’t say much more than that at the moment.”
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Evelyn’s mother Maggie Boswell has not publicly spoken about her missing daughter, but is said to be helping police with their investigation.
“Right now we’re not sure of her exact location,” said Sheriff’s Captain Andy Seabolt.
“It could be anywhere from what we know.”