- Posted July 8, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
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Family seeks Special Needs Woman, Shanna Peoples, Missing from Alabama
Shanna is missing from Geneva, Alabama since September 08, 2011. She is considered at-risk due to her vulnerability as she is developmentally challenged. Shanna has a speech impediment and cannot read nor write well. She may be under the influence of adult males in their late 40's.
Shanna was reportedly last seen on the afternoon of Sept. 8, 2011 and never returned. Fears exist for her safety as she would never just disappear on her own. Shanna must take needed medication for medical purposes. She does not talk much and is childlike.
Land and air searches have been conducted by the police, Alabama Bureau of Investigation as well as many volunteers. The Geneva police departments along with half a dozen other agencies are utilizing their resources to help look for Shanna.
Her normally long blonde hair may be colored, cut or style changed. She is not hard to miss as she is six-feet tall and thin. Her family ask that the public please help look for Shanna. Both her mother and father have health problems and are extremely stressed since she went missing. On the day she went missing, her father was in the hospital for a heart condition and checked himself out to look for his daughter. He has been back to the hospital twice since her missing status.
Please help this family bring home their loved daughter.
Shanna Genelle Peoples, aka McKee, 19
Height: (tall) 6'0" Weight: 120 lbs
Eyes: Brown Hair: Long Sandy Blonde at time missing.
If seen, or tips:
Geneva Police Department
LT. Ricky Morgan
517 S. Commerce St
Geneva, AL 36340
FACEBOOK: "Find Shanna Peoples"
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