The Iowa Department of Public Safety and the Clay County Sheriff’s Office have issued an Amber Alert for two missing teenagers from Everly, Iowa.
Clay County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of two students that did not show up to class at Clay Central Everly Community Schools.
Jamie Panko, 16, and Bayli Jordan, 12, were last seen on May 27, 2015 in the late afternoon.
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. Authorities are not looking for any other individuals, other than the two missing children, at this time.
PUBLIC TIPS: Anyone with any information is asked to call 911 or the Clay County Sheriff’s Office/Spencer Police Department Dispatch at (712) 262-2151.
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