Evelyn Boswell

‘We want to know why the child was not reported missing earlier’: AMBER ALERT tot not seen in TWO MONTHS

Tennessee authorities are searching for a toddler who hasn’t been seen in close to two months, according to reports.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation issued an AMBER Alert for 1-year-old Evelyn Boswell, who “was last seen by certain family members” in December. According to TBI, Evelyn was reported missing on February 18, 2020. It’s unclear who reported the child missing.

“Evelyn was entered as a missing child on Tuesday February 18, 2020 but was reportedly last seen on December 26, 2019,” TBI wrote.

The child’s parents, Megan Boswell and Ethan Perry, are reportedly involved in the investigation. Authorities have not disclosed where Evelyn was last seen at or which family members saw her. According to the Kingsport Times-News, Perry is on military active duty and stationed in Louisiana.

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“Right now we’re not sure of her exact location. It could be anywhere from what we know. We’re conducting the investigation, and obviously we’ve been talking to as many people as we’ve come in contact with that knew about the child,” Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office PIO Captain Andy Seabolt told NBC 5.

“We have several others we will be speaking with as well, and we’ve also been receiving some leads we’ve been following up on… We want to know why the child was not reported missing earlier.”

Evelyn is described as a white female with blue eyes and blonde hair. She weighs around 28 pounds and stands 2-feet tall.  She was last seen wearing pink shoes, a pink tracksuit, and a pink bow.

Anyone with information on Evelyn is urged to contact the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office at 423-279-7330 or the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

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[Feature Photo: Evelyn Boswell/TBI]