Ian Clark has been found. The Mobile Police Department says missing Ian Lee Clark has been found and is safe. Police say he was located in Escambia County, Florida.
Ian Clark, 12, is missing from Mobile, Alabama. The Mobile Police say that Ian may be riding in a 2009 Chevrolet Trailblazer with Alabama tag 2AJ4620. It also has damage on the back driver side door. The car was spotted around 3 p.m. traveling eastbound in the tunnel heading to Baldwin County.
Ian’s mother Seanna posted, “I’ve found out today that he (Ian) refers to himself as Ian Lundy on social media. He is 12 years old and he is missing since yesterday around noon. My mother’s car was also taken but circumstances strongly suggest that he is with an older person who can actually drive the car.”
Seanna stated that there is no AMBER when she posted about Ian yesterday, “I literally screamed at an officer when I was told he wasn’t in enough danger for an amber alert.” Today that has changed and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency has issued an emergency missing child alert
He’s 5’6″, approx.190 lbs., medium brown hair, green eyes. He was last seen wearing a grey hoodie and khaki pants in the area of Creel Road in Mobile between the hours of 9am and 12:30 p.m. on February 9, 2019. He has a birthmark on his left cheek. It’s red and blotchy and gets brighter when he’s excited or has been exerting himself.
If you have any information about Ian or the vehicles whereabouts, please call the Mobile Police Dept. at 251-208-7000 or 911.