UPDATE: Missing Macon baby found safely
According to a news release, further investigation showed there was miscommunication between two relatives. No charges will filed against Kiera Ray.
A Macon mother is asking anyone who has seen her one-year-old son to bring him back.
Tuesday night, Katina Lowe told Bibb County deputies her niece, Kiera Ray, took her baby to take a shower. Neither Ray or Tyrese have been seen since.
“This is my last, my baby, my one-year-old who can’t defend himself. So please bring him home,” Lowe said.
It’s a parent’s worst nightmare….a child missing.
Lowe says she last spoke to her niece, Kiera Ray, late Tuesday night. Ray told Lowe she was going to take Lowe’s one-year-old son, Tyrese, to take a shower at a home nearby on Burton Avenue.
The family’s water had been cut off.
Investigators say the incident all happened in a matter of moments. Ray took the baby to take a shower, came back, and didn’t have the baby with her. Now a mother just wants her child back.
“I asked my older children and my older cousin was Tyrese back home,” Lowe said.
He wasn’t and neither was Ray.
“We don’t know, maybe she was kidnapped on her way making it back to the house. I don’t know,” Lowe said.
Bibb sheriff’s deputies walked around the neighborhood searching for clues and interviewing neighbors on the mysterious disappearance. Investigators have already sent national alerts to be on the look our for Tyrese and Kiera.
“I send prayers to you and everybody else,” Lowe said.
She says she even had one of her kids try to reach out to Ray on social media.
“I had my daughter try to contact her to let her know bring my child back,” Lowe said.
Unfortunately, she didn’t get a response and now she’s worried.
A tough time for a mother with no answers right in the middle of the holiday season.
“Keke, if you hear me, please bring my baby back safe,” Lowe said.
If you have seen or heard from the two or know anything about their whereabouts call the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500 or Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68-CRIME.