The disappearance of Allahnia Lenoir: Parents of woman missing for weeks believe she’s alive
ATLANTA, GEORGIA: The missing case of Allahnia Lenoir has left her family, friends as well as authorities wondering where she is. As per reports, Allahnia was last seen on July 30 at Peachtree Midtown Apartments at 1660 Peachtree Street. She went there with a girlfriend to meet two males but since then nobody knows her whereabouts.
As the Georgia police continue to search for the 24-year-old, her family believes she is alive but also suspects that someone kidnapped her. However, nothing has been confirmed yet by investigators. Last Sunday, August 7, Allahnia’s loved ones held a vigil while praying for her safe return and also distributed flyers close to the place from where she apparently disappeared.
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The missing woman’s mother, Jannette Jackson, told FOX 5, “There are three people who saw my daughter and all three have a different story. I deserve to know … we deserve to know what happened to her. She would not leave … there’s no reason so that’s how we know that she had to be taken.”
A MOTHER'S PLEA - The family of Allahnia Lenoir held a press conference this morning to beg for the public's help in finding her. The 24-year-old was last seen on July 30th in front of an apartment complex at 1660 Peachtree St. NE. I'll have more tonight on @11AliveNews. pic.twitter.com/HiwjmgNqn7— Karys Belger (@KarysBelger) August 7, 2022
Jannette also said, “Don’t stop saying my daughter’s name." She continued that someone surely knows what happened to her daughter and it's unacceptable for them to not come forward. "What’s not comfortable is somebody having information and not sharing that…I cannot accept that as a mother and I will not," she stated before adding, “I just pray that she has food where she is,” since Allahnia was a foodie, who liked to have fun with loved ones.
Allahnia’s father, Abraham Lenoir, insisted that he feels that his child is fine. He said, “Just stay strong, Alliahnia. We'll find you." He also shared, “If you can hear me. Your mother and your father. We love you very much. And we will not stop until you are found. This is not the end of your story, this is only the beginning. Please fight! Keep fighting! And we’re going to all keep praying for you to have strength to come home.”
Abraham urged public to help them. He said as reported by CBS46, “Now try to imagine yourself not hearing from your loved one for that length of time. It’s a nightmare. Please allow us to see our daughter again. Allow us to know the outcome of her well-being.”
The woman’s description has reportedly been given as someone of being 5-foot-4 tall while weighing nearly 120 pounds. Her hair color is black and eyes are brown. On July 30, she left home wearing a blue shirt, blue shorts, and cream-colored shoes.
People with any information about Allahnia have been urged to dial 911 or the Atlanta Police Homicide/Adult Missing Persons Unit at 404-546-4235. Besides, an Instagram page called “finding__fruity” has also been started to find Allahnia.
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A post on the account read, “This is a platform for us to be respectful and share all information we can in hopes to find Fruity’s whereabouts. Please be respectful and let’s show the world we are a family and a unit! We will find Fruity together as one!! Please keep it classy with the vocabulary and pictures! The world is watching and so is her family! #finding__fruity.”