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Claim: A girl named Kayla Jones is missing from the Millbrook, Alabama, area.
Example:[Collected via e-mail, February 2013]
Please help us find my daughter Kayla Jones! She has been missing since 5:30 Monday night. She was last seen leaving work at the Grandview YMCA in Millbrook, Al. She is driving a black 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe with white x marks on the windows. She went about her normal day yesterday and her friends state she was happy as usual. She did not leave a note nor did she pack any clothes. Nothing is missing from her room either. We pray she is safe somewhere , but this is not something she has ever done! Please help us find her!! Any information you may have would be welcome. Please call us at 334-358-8074 with any information or contact the secret witness line at the Millbrook police department 334-285-8500. Share this and help us find our daughter!
Origins: This message seeking help in finding a girl named Kayla Jones who went missing from the Millbrook, Alabama, area was posted to Facebook on 26 February 2013. Subsequent posts to the "Find Kayla Jones" Facebook page the following day indicated that she had since been found safe.