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Eminie Hughes Missing Case Details And Update

An Amber Alert was issued on Wednesday, February 28th, for 12-year-old E’minie Hughes of Missouri City, Texas, who was reported missing last Friday, February 22nd.

The Houston Police Department now believes that E’minie may have fallen victim to human trafficking.

E’minie was last seen around 1:40 AM on February 22nd on Waterchase Drive in Houston.

Surveillance footage shows E’minie willingly getting into the back seat of a dark-coloured, four-door Dodge pickup truck before it drove off.

She has not been seen since. At the time, E’minie was wearing a white crop top and pink joggers.

The surveillance footage, shared with local news station KPRC 2, shows the pickup truck pulling up in front of E’minie’s house around 1:40 AM.

The driver, who appears to be wearing a light-coloured hoodie, does not turn around to acknowledge E’minie as she gets into the back seat.

Houston Police investigators now fear E’minie may have been lured and kidnapped to be trafficked.

They issued an Amber Alert on Wednesday, the 28th, in the hopes that someone would come forward with information as to her whereabouts and condition.

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Amber Alert: Eminie Hughes Missing

The surveillance video shows the pickup truck turning around in the cul-de-sac on Waterchase Drive before driving away down Steeple Chase Road.

E’minie’s family is worried she may have been kidnapped.

Her mother Shannon Williams told the news “I pray she is not in any danger.” She said E’minie did not have rideshare apps and was unsure if she was talking to anyone online.

According to her mom, when E’minie left she only had the clothes she was wearing and an Android tablet. They have not been able to track the tablet to get any information.

At first, police thought E’minie may have left on her own based on early interviews.

Eminie Hughes is not found as of now (Source: YouTube)

But on Wednesday, they said they received new information that makes them think E’minie is a victim of human trafficking and in danger.

Also, this led them to issue the Amber Alert. Several detectives are working on the case.

The FBI is also helping to try to find E’minie. Her family wishes the Amber Alert came sooner than 6 days after she went missing.

Her mother said “She’s only 12, so I know she must be scared.”

Eminie Hughes Case Details And Update

12-year-old Eminie Hughes was last seen on surveillance footage entering an unidentified pickup truck on February 22nd.

Her distraught family continues to desperately search for answers regarding her disappearance.

Human traffickers might have taken Eminie, who was reported missing last Friday. Recent updates revealed on Wednesday suggest her whereabouts are unknown.

Investigators revealed they now believe Eminie was likely lured and kidnapped to be sold into *** trafficking, prompting an urgent regional Amber Alert to be issued.

According to her mother Shannon, the last conversation she can recall having with Eminie was her daughter asking to be woken up early for school on the morning of February 23rd.

Eminie Hughes was reported missing in February 22nd  (Source: Wikipedia)

That was the last verbal exchange before Eminie mysteriously disappeared the night prior.

After Eminie’s unexplained absence and possible trafficking, the Hughes family is completely devastated.

They are pleading with the public to provide any helpful information that may lead to finding their beloved daughter.

After nearly a week without contact, the family anxiously hopes Eminie can be located before she is harmed or trafficked across state lines.

Investigators are actively pursuing all leads, but they emphasise that public assistance is crucial to locating missing children in these scenarios.

Anyone who may know about Eminie’s whereabouts is strongly urged to immediately contact Houston Police or local authorities. The family is desperate to have Eminie home safe.

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