Public Assistance Sought in Search for Missing Infant Twins in Indianapolis
Authorities in Indianapolis are appealing to the public for help in locating a pair of missing infant twins who may be in need of medical attention. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) has identified the twin girls as Jai Nyla Herron and Mai Kayla Herron, who are two and a half months old. The twins were born prematurely and narcotics were discovered in their system, according to IMPD. The Department of Child Services has obtained a court order to take custody of the infants.
Police have named the parents as 19-year-old Destiny Miller and 37-year-old Anthony Herron. Unfortunately, the parents have not been cooperating with authorities, IMPD stated. Details of the twins’ last known location or the vehicle the parents may be using have not been confirmed by police.
Given the potential need for immediate medical attention, IMPD is urgently seeking any information from the public that could help locate the missing twins. Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to contact the IMPD Missing Persons Unit at (317) 327-6160 or dial 911.
To aid in the search effort, IMPD has released images of the missing infants, as well as photographs of their parents. The hope is that these images will reach a wide audience and generate leads that will assist in locating the twins and ensuring their well-being.
The urgency to locate the missing infants stems from the fact that they were born prematurely and have potentially been exposed to narcotics. Time is of the essence in ensuring that they receive the necessary medical attention. Therefore, every effort is being made to spread the word and engage the public in the search.
The IMPD is grateful for any assistance the public can provide in helping to locate Jai Nyla Herron and Mai Kayla Herron. Their safe return is of paramount importance, and the community’s support is crucial in ensuring their well-being..