GALLATIN, TN (WSMV) – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has issued an Amber Alert for a missing 3-year-old boy from Gallatin. Police have located the Subaru in the case outside of Los Angeles, California in San Clemente, CA. Investigators have not found Jacob nor his cousin Amber.
Investigators said it had been more than a week since Noah Clare from Gallatin went missing and his cousin, 16-year-old Amber Clare of Beaver Dam, Kentucky. They are both believed to be with Noah’s dad, Jacob “Jake” Clare.
Earlier Tuesday, TBI officials tweeted new developments in the case. TBI officials said Jacob Clare was originally facing a charge of custodial Interference. It is now Especially Aggravated Kidnapping. Thus, the alert has been upgraded to a Tennessee Amber Alert.
— Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (@TBInvestigation) November 16, 2021
TBI officials issued an Endangered Child Alert for Noah on Monday, November 8. Noah’s family previously told News 4 they were hoping this alert would be elevated to an Amber Alert soon.
“Because that would send a push notification to everybody’s phone in America so that everyone would be aware of the situation and the seriousness of it,” Noah’s uncle Adam Ennis explained.
Police in Gallatin asks for the public’s help locating a Kentucky man in connection with a missing person’s case.
TBI explained the process for issuing an Amber Alert.
Michigan State Police say two kidnapping victims from Tennessee and Kentucky could be in Northern Michigan.
TBI officials are reported that Jake Clare may be driving this Subaru, which was last seen in the past week, in Arizona. TBI officials said they reached out to authorities there and that state has now issued an AMBER Alert, as well.
TBI officials are reported that Jake Clare may be driving this Subaru, which was last seen in the past week, in Arizona. TBI officials said th…
If you see Noah, Jake, or the vehicle, call 911 immediately. If you have information about the case, please call 1-800-TBI-FIND.
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