Police in Kentucky are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing mother of four young children—including twin infants—who was last seen over two weeks ago.
As reported by People magazine, the Richmond Police Department announced the disappearance in a Facebook post, reporting that 22-year-old Savannah Spurlock was last seen Friday, January 4, leaving The Other Bar in Lexington.
In a still shot captured near the scene, Savannah can be seen walking alongside an unidentified black male, whom she appeared to lock arms with, and an unidentified white male. Officials said the missing woman left the establishment with the men, though it is not clear if she knew either of them beforehand.
According to police, the white man “was seen leaving the area in a black, Chevy S-10 pickup.’
Savannah is described as having brownish blond hair that falls to her shoulders, and several tattoos, according to police. One tattoo, located on her right torso, reads, “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.” Another tattoo located on her back says, “I’m her daughter.” She also has a rose inked on her left shoulder.
The missing woman was last seen wearing a maroon skirt, a black sleeveless top, and heels on the night of her disappearance.
According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, Savannah has four children, including twin infants.
The newspaper interviewed the missing mother’s aunt, Elaine Moore, who indicated that Savannah spoke with her mother in the early hours of the day she vanished.
“She talked to her mom at about 2:30 a.m. when she was leaving the bar and told her she would be home in a few hours,” Moore reportedly told the newspaper.
“That’s the last time she talked to her. She’s always been very good letting her parents know if she’s staying out late, for them not to worry about her.”
Moore described her niece as a “very sweet, kind-hearted young lady” who “would do anything to help anyone.”
Savannah’s mother, Ellen Spurlock,” told WKYT that her daughter’s disappearance has left her, along with her grandchildren, “lost.”
Ellen worries about the impact the situation will have on the children as time goes on.
Speaking of Savannah’s oldest child, a 4-year-old boy, she said, “He doesn’t know what’s going on, but my fear is how long can that take place, you know?
“How long can that take place? Her newborn twins, her two-year-old…the twins are too young but the 2-year-old, he misses his mommy. He saw her on TV one night and said ‘mommy.’ He misses her.”
Anyone who recognizes the unidentified men in the photo, or has information that could help locate Savannah is urged to call the Richmond Police Department with at 859-624-4776, or email information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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