ALERT: Search Continues For Missing 4-year-old Heidi Renae Todd

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Authorities in Charleston on Wednesday morning resumed a search for a missing 4-year-old girl on Johns Island.

Heidi Renae Todd was reported missing at 5:50 p.m. on Tuesday, according to the Charleston Police Department.

Through the night, officers, firefighters, Charleston County Rescue Squad officials and the U.S. Coast Guard searched the area of 2985 Sweetleaf Lane -the area is north of Maybank Highway and southwest of the Charleston peninsula.

The State Law Enforcement Division issued a notice to law enforcement agencies on Wednesday morning  across South Carolina, adding that Heidi was last seen wearing pink pants and a blue shirt.

Police said on Tuesday that it was not clear as to how long Heidi had been missing, but they added that she may be with a Hispanic male who was described as slim, between 25 and 30 years old with short hair and dressed in all gray.

The girl’s Mom was taken to a local hospital, police said early on Wednesday morning, although authorities did not give a reason.

Charleston Police have setup a 24 hour tip line for citizens to report any information in the case of missing 4 year old Heidi Todd and a possible person of interest, a Hispanic male. Anyone with information can call 843 619 6123.

— Charleston P.D. (@CharlestonPD) February 14, 2018

Anyone with information on Heidi’s whereabouts can call 843-743-7200 and ask for the on-duty Charleston police central detective. Police have also established a 24-hour tip line that may be reached at 843-619-6123.

Jacksonville Teen Found Safe After Running Away From Home

A Jacksonville teen was found safe Monday after she abruptly ran away from home over the weekend.

Her mother’s emotional plea for the safe return of her teenage daughter, who ran away over the weekend,  resonated with hundreds of thousands of people accross social media.

Her parents say that Kyleigh Kosters, 13, was last seen at her Lake Fern Drive home in Mandarin at 11 p.m. Saturday, according to the missing persons report.

The teen was nowhere to be found the next morning.

The teenager clearly stuffed pillows under her bed covers to make it appear as though she was at home sleeping, the report said.

She left the home at some point before 7:45 a.m. Sunday morning.

Her father told police that this is the first time that Kyleigh, who is adopted, has run away, according to the report.

He said that his daughter, whose biological mother may have been involved in the sex trade, recently asked about prostitution. He said that her Google search history includes: “how to find a john” and “what is a pimp.”

The teen’s adoptive mother posted her daughter’s image on Facebook, imploring the public to help find her child.

The post has been shared over 750,000 times since Sunday morning.

“I have an emergency and need prayer,” Kim Kosters wrote in part. “My daughter is missing since last night.”

No further information was available regarding her whereabouts during the time she was missing.


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