Alabama teen goes missing after taking out trash

myrafreemanUPDATE 4/17/17 – Alissia’s mom, Vickie reported on social media that she talked with Alissia on Monday.  She will be traveling to go see her daughter.

Pinned on the page was the following message:  “We wanted to let you all know that we have talked to Alissia today.  Praise God!  She is safe and okay!  We know you all will have lots of questions, but right now allow can say is that she is alright and that is what is most important.  Thank you all so very much for standing in prayer with us for her safety!  We can’t tell you how much it has and will always mean to us!  Thank you!”

At this writing there were over 2.5 thousand people who had made comments to the post.

According to WSFA news the police will be going to Alissia’s location to verify she is alright.



Original Post:  Myra “Alissia” Freeman has been missing from Highland Home, Alabama since Dec. 13, 2015.  She was last seen leaving the house to take out the trash.  She never returned.  There were some sightings, with one in Atlanta.  A $3,500 reward for information leading to her return has been offered.  If you have any information, please call the Crenshaw County Sheriff’s Office at 334-335-6568 or leave an anonymous tip here.

                        A balloon release was held on Sunday for Alissia.

“There is a possibility Alissia was seen in Atlanta. A few people said they saw her but we don’t know for sure if it was her or not. If so she is in danger and needs help immediately so please share this and hopefully someone will do the right thing and let us know when they see her so we can get her out of there and back home safely.

Alissia, if you are safe and it isn’t you these people have seen then know we are extremely hurt right now and worried to death about you. Please let us know that you are safe if you can.

If you aren’t safe we are going to do everything we can to get you safe & to anyone who might be keeping you against your will… let her go. Please think about what you are doing and just do the right thing. It’s not too late to change your path. She has a family that loves her very much. She was 6 lbs. 5 ½ oz. when she was born. She’s always been a tiny precious little thing. She’s my child and I cried when she was a baby thinking about the evil world I had brought her into, thinking about trying to protect her from it. I would trade places with her in a heartbeat. Think about what you are doing. Look into her eyes; you can see straight through to her beautiful soul. Look at her and see.. she’s your daughter, your niece, your sister, your favorite cousin.. she’s your best friend. She’s someone you would never dream of hurting. So don’t hurt her. Let her go & may God have mercy on you.”

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