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Folks Hope Social Media Will Keep Aliayah Lunsford’s Story Alive

Investigators continue to look at evidence in the disappearance of a Lewis County 3-year-old girl, and while they work, folks are using social media to get the word of her disappearance out to the public.

There’s many Facebook groups honoring Aliayah Lunsford. One is about folks leaving porch lights on until she is found and another is aimed at making new legislation that will help kids everywhere.

“More children need protected throughout the state, and not only West Virginia, but throughout the whole country,” says Margie Blake, administrator of the Aliayah Law page.

Folks from all across the country are following these pages.

“It shows that we have a nation that really cares about the children that are missing or children that have been abused any circumstances with any child where it’s not proper, the things that might be going on in their lives,” says Patricia Bean.

A balloon launch will be held in Aliayah’s honor next Monday, Oct. 24, at 6 p.m. outside of the Lewis County Courthouse. Balloons will be provided but helium donations are appreciated.

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Aliayah Lunsford Allegedly Last Seen

  • 2366 days, 20 hours, 25 minutes ago

About Aliayah Lunsford

Age 3, Aliayah Lunsford's mother claims that she last saw her daughter at home on September 24, 2011 around 6:30 a.m.

Aliayah has brown eyes and hair, is around 3 foot tall and weighs about 30lbs.

Last seen wearing purple Dora the Explorer pajama bottoms, pink princess sweatshirt and no shoes, Aliayah's ears are pierced and she is missing four (4) front teeth.

If you have any information on her whereabouts, call the Lewis County Sheriff's Department at 304-269-8245.


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