Amber Alert issued in Iowa
Published 2:59 pm Thursday, May 28, 2015
An Amber Alert has been issued out of Everly, Iowa, for two missing teenagers.
Clay County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to a report of two students that did not show up to class at Clay Central Everly Community Schools, according to the Iowa Department of Public Safety and the Sheriff’s Office.
Jamie Panko, 16, and Bayli Jordan, 12, were last seen on Wednesday afternoon.
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Authorities are looking for a blue 1998 Dodge Neon with Iowa license plates CEC 862, Clay County. Authorities believe the vehicle has damage to the front left side of the vehicle not related to this incident, and a front spoiler with duct tape.
Authorities do not believe that either children were abducted, but because of their age and the concern for their safety, criteria was met to issue an Amber Alert, according to a press release. Authorities are not looking for any other individuals, other than the two missing children, at this time.
Jordan is described as being a 5 feet 5 inches tall with blond hair and blue eyes. She weighs about 130 pounds and has a scar on her chin. She was described as having a pierced nose on the left side, two piercings in her left ear, three piercings in her right ear, scabs on arms, a birthmark on the inside left leg and a possible wrapped right wrist.
Panko is described as being 5 foot 10 inches with black hair and blue eyes. He weighs 148 pounds. He was wearing a T-shirt with purple or black jeans and worn-out Nike tennis shoes and can be identified by having arm scars on his right arm.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Clay County Sheriff Randy Krukow at 712-262-2151.