|Deandra Marquis Lee|
9-year-old twins from Alabama have been missing since Sunday.
Jordan and Taylor Dejerinett, were last seen in Hope Hull, Alabama on Sunday, reports WSFA news, with Jack MacGirdner, who authorities are calling a “caregiver”.
Terrye Moore is their mother and she said,
“I just wanna know what happened. Wherever my children are, the family is pulling for you and we’re hear waiting for you to come back…safe return all in one piece and I love them.”
“Last night around midnight I went to go pick them up and no one was home,” Moore said. Referring to Mack MacGirdner’s home, who she has known for three years and was a fellow church member.
“He was fond of them and he would take them to little outings and things like this,” Moore said. “Jack was a good person you know. I think my church members, friends and family can vouch for that and say that same thing that they feel like he’s a fairly good person and that he wouldn’t, we wouldn’t want to believe that he would do anything like that,” Moore said.
Jordan is 4’1″ tall, and 70 pounds and Taylor is 4’2″ tall and 50 pounds and they both have black hair and brown eyes.
|Jordan and Taylor|
Girner is 73-years-old, 5’7″ tall and 160 pounds with blue eyes and white hair.
Neither Jack nor the twins can be found and may be together.
They may be traveling in a 1988 Mercedes 560 SEL with license plate AY50790.
If you have any information on their whereabouts, please call the Lowndes county Sheriff’s Office at 334-548-2151.