WESTON, W.Va. — Aliayah Lunsford, the Lewis County girl who went missing in 2011, would now be 5 years old, leading the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to release an age-enhanced photo

Aliayah was only 3 when she was reported missing by her mother on Sept. 24, 2011. There have been a number of searches and ongoing investigation by the FBI but she has yet to be located.

The enhanced photo shows what the girl might look like today.

Aliaya’s mother, Lena Lunsford, told investigators her daughter was in bed that morning but had vanished by the time she checked on her hours later. The FBI subsequently announced it found no evidence of a break-in.

Anyone with information can contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children




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  • Wixcheew

    They should heavily interogate that
    so called mother You can see the
    bruises on her little face That person killed the little angel and hid
    her somewhere. The creater will
    exact punishment in the hereafter
    but that is too long. The little girl
    should get justice NOW!!!

  • mother of 2

    If their was no evdince of break in u guys are 110% right I couldn't imagine my daughter is to dear and close to me

  • griff

    the mother has no need to look for her. there is no doubt in my mind that she killed that baby & has been able to hide the body VERY well. she has no time to even to "pretend" to look for her. She is too busy making more babies for the rest of us working people to support. she is 100%scumbag

  • Dale

    The so called mother spends most of her time in jail.

  • jay zoom

    had it been my child I would be searching 24 hours a day to find my precious one. evidently this woman is not doing that. maybe there is a rat in the grain barrel.

  • Beckie

    No need for enhanced photo of this child. She is most certainly dead. When she went "missing" at the young age of 3 years, she had missing teeth, bruises, and an exceptionally sad face. This case made me ill. This child......if ever her tiny bones are located, will be remembered by those in her community who cared......not her own mother who should be imprisoned and sterilized.

    • Lisa

      I agree with your comment 110%.

  • william

    The only one with information is the MOTHER!
    That is a no brainer.