Police: Endangered girl from Jefferson City may be travelling through St. Louis
By Elizabeth Eisele
Eboni Kyashiah Coney-King
The missing child's mother, Britney Coney
The missing child's aunt, Na'Diya Marie Curtis
(KMOV.com) – Police said an endangered girl may be travelling into the St. Louis area Thursday.
Police said Eboni Kyashiah Coney-King, 9, of Jefferson City was reported missing just after 4:00 p.m. Thursday.
According to police, Coney-King was picked from school by her aunt Na’Dya Curtis and her mother Britney Coney Thursday afternoon. Police said security footage shows Corey-King began to struggle when she saw her mother.
Police said there was a child protection order against Coney that has since been dismissed. The child is currently under her father’s custody.
Police describe Eboni as a black female who is five feet tall, weighing 75 pounds, with black hair, brown eyes, and a medium complexion. Authorities said she was last seen wearing a blue coat over a rainbow striped shirt, pink jeans, and black shoes. She was also carrying a blue backpack.
Police said they are traveling in a black Ford Fusion with an Illiniois license bearing the number R578957. Police believe they could be traveling to Na’Dya's home in Texas or Coney's home in St. Louis.
Anyone with information is asked to call Jefferson City police at 573-634-6400