Amber Alert issued for 15-month-old girl last seen in December

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Evelyn Mae Boswell was last seen on december 26, 2019. The child's mother, Megan Boswell, was confronted by news crews leaving court this morning, but had no comment on what is going on.

"We want to know why the child was not reported missing earlier", he added, according to the news station.

'And as soon as they thought anything was going on they just kinda vanished. "If anybody knows anything please message me".

She declined to provide any names. The relationship between the suspects and the child was not immediately known, and they have not been charged with her disappearance. They won't answer phone calls. "They just kinda disappeared".

On Friday, investigators released images of a BMW and said the individuals with that vehicle "are believed to have information" pertaining to Evelyn's whereabouts.

William McCloud, 33, and Angela Boswell, 42, were arrested and charged with Possession of Stolen Property.

Boswell is from Sullivan County, Tennessee, which is along the Virginia state border.

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A purchase agreement was never completed, and no money was exchanged for the vehicle. It has a Tennessee tag of 3M9-6W9.

Angela Boswell and McCloud are both Tennessee residents.

"During the investigation, authorities have received a number of conflicting statements". But she wasn't reported missing until February 18.

The Sullivan County Sheriff's Office began investigating the disappearance of Evelyn Mae Boswell on Tuesday, after the Department of Children's Services reported the child as missing. The referral came after the baby's grandfather reported her missing. The auto has front-end damage, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

The child's biological father, Ethan Perry, who is an active-duty US Army soldier stationed in Louisiana, posted a brief Facebook update addressing his daughter's disappearance on Wednesday: 'I'm now working with authorities trying to find Evelyn.

The reward for her safe return is at $56,000, according to the affiliate. She has blonde hair and blue eyes.

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