An AMBER Alert has been released by the Sullivan County Tennessee Investigation Bureau for the missing 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell.
Evelyn Boswell is 24 inches in height, and weighs 28 pounds. She also has blonde hair and blue eyes and was last seen in a rosy tracksuit, pink shoes and a pink bow.
It is confirmed that Evelyn was last seen on 26 Dec 2019. Although she was only reported missing Tuesday, Feb. 18. State of Tennessee Children’s Services Department told the sheriff’s office that somehow the child “was last seen by some family members around the end of November 2019 and December 1st 2019.”
The Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office started to investigate Evelyn Mae Boswell’s disappearance on Tuesday, once the child was reported missing by the Department of Children’s Services.
Sheriff’s Captain Andy Seabolt said at the beginning of the investigation that the case of Evelyn didn’t fulfill the requirements needed for an AMBER Alert, but that the alert was released on Wednesday after TBI had been given.
The prosecution concerns both her parents. Her mother, Megan Boswell, is at the Tennessee family home whereas her father is an active duty service member stationed in Louisiana. The FBI is also aware of the investigations.
As part of the toddler’s hunt authorities searched through the night and into Thursday.’ We are not aware of their exact location right now, ‘ Seabolt told WCYB station. ‘ By what we know is, she could be anywhere.
Captain Andy seabolt further told, “We’re conducting the investigation and obviously we’ve been talking to as many people as we’ve come into contact with that knew about the boy. We’ve got several others that we’re going to talk to as well, and we’ve also had some tips that we’ve pursued.”
Several Internet commentators Facebook have raised questions about the mother of Evelyn, Maggie Boswell, who has not spoken publicly about the disappearance of the girl.
The recent post of Evelyn, dated 3 November 2019, consisted of a picture of her sitting on a bench; TBI now uses the same image to look for the kid.
On 21 November 2018, Boswell introduced Evelyn to become a teen mom.
She wrote a wonderful tribute to her baby daughter in September 2019, at that time she was 11 months old, “I’m not the world’s best mom but I’m trying so hard for that little beauty. I can’t explain the love that I have for her and I know she really loves me”.
She further added, “‘ When I had her, my life wasn’t destroyed, she gave me a meaning and a reason to wake up everyday and to make everything perfect. There s no affection to your child like friendship! ”
Neither Boswell nor Perry have been charged with any crime in connection with their daughter’s disappearance.
Please contact the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office at 423-279-7330 or the TBI at 1-800-TBIFIND to those with details about the whereabouts of the little girl.