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    Posted October 3, 2011 by
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    FBI Believe Missing WV Girl May Have Been Murdered | Where is Aliayah Lunsford?


    By Seeking TheLost
    October 3, 2011


    WESTON, WV: The FBI today at a 2:00pm press conference declared the disappearance of 3-year-old Aliayah Lunsford a crime, stating they do not believe she walked off on her own.


    FBI Special Agent Jeff Killeen now believes the child was murdered, abducted or is being concealed and stated investigators are looking at "a small universe of persons of interest" who he failed to name.

    On Friday at 9:00pm DHHR social workers removed Aliayah's four siblings, ranging in age from 8 1/2 months to 11 years, from the Lunsford home. It is unclear if the twins mother Lena Lunsford will deliver shortly will be taken as well.


    Also on Friday Lena hired Charleston criminal defense attorney Tom Smith. It is unknown whether this occured prior to or after the children were removed.


    Wednesday Marc Klaas, president and founder of KlassKIDS, extended an offer to bring in his notorious nationwide search and rescue organization but as of Saturday he reported Aliayah's family had not contacted him.


    Aliayah Lundsford is approximately 3 feet tall and weighs 35 pounds. She has brown eyes and shoulder length brown, curly hair. Her ears are pierced and she is missing her upper four front teeth. She was wearing purple Dora The Explorer pajama bottoms, a pink sweat shirt, and no shoes.


    If you have information to help locate Aliayah or know what happened to her, please call your local law enforcement or the Weston Police Department at 1 (304) 269-8245. If you think you see Aliayah, do not approach her but call 911 immediately.


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