Find Missing Annalys Clay! ***(REVISED AND UPDATED)***

Missing Pregnant Teenage Girl, Disabilities, Wanted Fugitive, Crimes Against Children, New Case

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Find Missing Annalys Clay!

Find Missing Annalys Clay!

Find Missing Annalys Clay!
She is missing and pregnant and she
Has fed to be with her cousin.
And she has special needs!
Or was she kidnapped?
There is a warrant out for his arrest.
And a baby, who did not ask to be conceived
Is now involved in this horrific mess.

Find Missing Annalys Clay!

Find Missing Annalys Clay! An Endangered Child Alert has been issued for Annalys Clay. She is 14 years old and pregnant. She is also autistic. Autism is a neurodevelopmental disorder. She is believed to be with her cousin, who is 33 years of age. She is from the state of Ohio. Clay was last seen on Norwood Street in Barberton, Ohio. She was last seen on December 4, 2017. Clay is pregnant and is thought to be with her cousin. Louis J. Jakab is his name. He is from North Royalton, Ohio. The two had a previous relationship in October. An arrest warrant has been issued for Jakab, who goes by “Louie.” Annalys Clay is a Caucasian female. She is described as approximately 5’7” tall and she weighs 140 pounds. Clay has red hair and hazel eyes.

Find Missing Annalys Clay!

Annalys Clay was traveling with her mother on the freeway. Then Clay reportedly began assaulting her. Her mother pulled the car over to the side of the road. Jakab, the cousin of Annalys and wanted fugitive, pulled behind them and Clay entered his car. The arrest warrant for Louis J Jakab is for Custody Interference. The pair then fled in a black Audi (unknown years and model). But they could now be in a silver 2005 Cadillac STS, possible plate of #HHA8369 or #HAA8369.

The mother posted a photo on her Facebook page that car that her daughter and the wanted fugitive fled in. And she believes that her daughter was kidnapped.

Find Missing Annalys Clay!

This is a vile and sick situation. It appears that Annalys Clay, pregnant, may be carrying the baby of her cousin. In this situation, three people are involved: A pregnant girl who is an may have been kidnapped, an innocent unborn baby, and a wanted fugitive. The young teenage pregnant teen and her unborn baby need to be found safe and sound. And the cousin needs to be arrested, charged, and convicted. But above all, all need to be found safe and sound! Two families are in distress. And the family of Annalys are going through every parent’s worst nightmare! Christmas will be in eighteen days. And they all are in dire need of a Christmas miracle. Someone (s) has information that can make it happen, even today.

Do you have any information as to the whereabouts of Annalys Clay? If you have information about the whereabouts of Louis J Jakab? The vehicle they may be traveling in? No information is too small to help. If you have info, please contact the Akron Police Department at (330) 375-2181. Or you can call: (330) 375-2530. If you have seen Annalys, Louis, and/or the vehicle, call 9-1-1!

THis is one of multiple articles confirming that Annalys is missing and pregnant. Click here to read it.

The above image and additional information are courtesy of Locate the Missing.

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