HILLSBORO, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- There’s a new push to get information on the whereabouts of of Amanda Jones, who disappeared from Hillsboro in 2005.
Amanda and Hayden are both gone,” said Amanda’s sister Carrie Alfred. “They need to be found. They need to come home,” she added.
Amanda Jones went missing when she was 8.5 months pregnant. It’s been more than 13 years since she was last seen at the Hillsboro Civic Center on August 14, 2005.
“We didn’t think anyone cared any more or remembered anymore and these two wonderful ladies come forward and say we want to do this, we want to help,” said Alfred.
Those two strangers are mother-daughter duo Desiree and Joy Jones.
They had 100 signs printed that read ‘Justice for Amanda Jones and Baby Hayden 08.14.05’ and are passing them out around Jefferson County.
“I just want to help,” said Joy Jones. “I want people to support. I want people to remember and say ‘hey this isn’t fair’ and she’s not the only one. There are so many out there and no one talks to for them,” Jones added.
“It gets people’s attention,” said Desiree Jones. “I know when we go on vacation, I’ll see a billboard and I’ll say ‘that looks interesting’ and I’ll Google it,” Jones added.
The new push from strangers is giving hope to Amanda Jones and baby Hayden’s family.
“If my sister is still alive and my nephew is alive and out there I just want to say I miss you and want you to come home,” said Alfred.
You’re encouraged to join the Find Amanda Jones Facebook Page.
The FBI is offering a $20,000 reward for information that leads them to Amanda Jones and her son, or to those involved.
You can view her Missing Person flyer by click here.