13 May, 2017
That was the message at a press conference held by Hampton Police Friday afternoon where police implored the community to help find 34-year-old Kier Johnson and her 8-month-old daughter Chloe Johnson. She was wearing blue jeans, a t-shirt and glasses, police said.
"Keir and Chloe's family are concerned due to the length of time that has passed since they last had contact with them".
Police do not know who abducted Chloe at this time.
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Keir Johnson's Facebook profile was last updated publicly on March 19 with a photo of herself with baby Chloe, and does not contain any public information hinting at how or why she and her daughter disappeared.
They say the child was likely abducted by an unknown woman, who may be traveling in a 2013 black Kia Optima, license VAW2197, VA, towards Buckroe Beach. Sult said police are continuing to focus on the Hampton Roads area, though they are keeping an eye out everywhere with the help of federal and state law enforcement. She also has black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information is asked to call 911, Hampton police at 757-727-6111 or Virginia State Police at 1-800-822-4453.