6 Children Are Missing in Alabama Since March
You might not realize it but six children have gone missing across the state of Alabama in just the past few months.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is a non-profit group that maintains a database for missing children to help families and law enforcement find and bring home these loved ones.
According to their records, there are six children that are currently missing in Alabama. We wanted to share their details in hopes that someone might have information about their whereabouts.
If you do, please call 911 or the NEMEC hotline at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).
Montrice, 18, was last seen on March 28.
Emmalyn, 18, went missing from Morris on April 1 and she may travel to Montgomery.
Jakayla, 17, hasn't been seen since June 13.
Destini, 16, went missing from Wilmer and was last seen on June 2.
Austan, 17, went missing from Gulf Shores on June 3. Authorities believe he could be in the area or may travel to Washington.
Hannah, 17, was last seen on May 18 and could be in the Bessemer or Homewood area.