Lowell Missing Girl, MA: A girl who was last seen on Sunday afternoon is being actively sought by the Lowell Police Department, which is asking for the aid of the local community in its search for her. Anna, age seven, was last seen on Sunday afternoon in the Belvedere neighborhood of the East Merrimack Street district in Lowell between the hours of two and three in the afternoon. As a result of her autism, she is unable to communicate in a spoken manner.
When she was last seen, she was wearing a white vest, black shorts, and a purple hair tie. No one has seen her since. The investigation revealed that she was riding a bicycle at the time of the occurrence, as stated by the police. Residents are being asked to check their garages, vehicles, boats, and swimming pools in the event that Anna has taken refuge in one of these places.
“Neighbors can do two things that are helpful to us,” said Marian Ryan, who works with the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office. “First is analyzing any camera footage they may have, such as film from Ring doorbells, Nest, or anything similar, shortly after two o’clock this afternoon in the hopes of catching Anna on their video. This may include film from Ring doorbells, Nest, or anything else comparable. There is a possibility that today will feature footage from Nest or Ring doorbells.
The second thing that they do is, when they first start working in the morning, the first thing that they do is, they let the dogs out, they check the sheds, and they do a comprehensive search of their land. Any location in which there is a reasonable possibility that a child will be found.”According to Superintendent Greg Hudon of the Lowell Police Department, “your vehicles, sheds, doorways, decks, or anywhere else” is fair game for burglars. Simply keep a lookout for anything that might be odd, and when you find something, give us a ring.