Federal marshals offering reward for girl who disappeared with convict cousin: Police

On Monday, the The Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force announced an award offered for information that leads to the whereabouts of a teen girl who is likely on the run with a convicted felon.

The Record-Courier reports that Annalys Clay, 14, is believed to be with her cousin, Louis Jakab, 33, who pulled up behind Annalys and her mother on Dec. 4, when they pulled their car over on an Ohio interstate after the teen began attacking her mother. Police said that the teen jumped out her mother’s car when Jakab pulled his own vehicle up. She got in the car with him and hasn’t been seen since.

Jakab was already wanted on numerous charges, including fraud, passing bad checks, receiving stolen property, parole violation, and interference with custody. The suspect was also previously convicted of manslaughter.

The girl’s mother, Helena Clay, told the Akron Police Department that her 14-year-old daughter is pregnant, although it’s unclear who the father of the baby is. Authorities said the pair was last seen in a 2017 Black Audi A3, with a stolen Ohio license plate: HED-3844. Investigators think Jakab and Annalys have already left Ohio.

Annalys is described as 5 foot 5 inches tall with hazel eyes and red hair. She weighs around 125 pounds. Jakab is described as 6 feet four inches tall with blue eyes and a shaved head. He weighs around 190 pounds.

Anyone with any information is urged to contact Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive Task Force at  1-866-4WANTED (1-866-492-6833), or anonymously by texting “WANTED” to TIP411 (847411) or online at www.usmarshals.gov/district/oh-n/index.html.

A monetary reward is currently being offered for information that leads to the teen and the suspect. Check back with CrimeOnline as additional details become available.

[Feature Photo Annalys Clay and Louis Jakab/Police Handout]