Wednesday, October 5, 2011


FBI AGENTS now believe the mysterious disappearance of Aliayah Lunsford is either a murder or an abduction. Initially, it was thought the 3-year-old West Virginia girl had wandered off from her Bendale, W. VA home on Sept. 24. Her mother Lena told cops that Aliayah was in bed that morning at 6:30 a.m. but there has been no sign of her since. Thousands of volunteers helped hunt for the girl last week, but as of Monday only professionals remained involved in the search. The target area is a 5-mile radius around the Lunsford home. Her family is now hidden--their home considered a crime scene.
Aliayah is about 3', 35 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. Her ears are pierced and she is missing her top four front teeth. She was last seen in purple pajama bottoms and a pink sweatshirt. No Amber Alert was issued after she vanished because the case didn't meet the requirements of that program. Amber Alerts require a vehicle description or license plate number, and investigators didn't have either. Lena Lunsford has four other children, from 9 months to 11-years-old. She is eight months pregnant with twins. MORE IN THE CHARLESTON DAILY MAIL

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