CLAYTON COUNTY, Ga. — UPDATE: Clayton County police said they have been located safe and sound.
Clayton County police are looking for help from the public to locate a woman and her two daughters who they said might have been missing for as long as two months.
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Police said they got a call Saturday from Kenneth Parish who told them he hasn’t been able to contact his wife Rosanna and two children since May.
Parish told police that Rosanna had been evicted from the Green Village Apartments on Valley Hill Road and hasn’t been seen since. He also said Rosanna had worked at a nearby Waffle House where she lost her job around the same time.
Parish told officers Rosanna does not have a cellphone and that they communicated through Facebook. He added that she had not posted or responded to anything recently either.
Officers said Parish told them Rosanna had a boyfriend named “Brad” and the two have had “domestic issues” in the past. Parish said he fears something may have happened to his wife and children.
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Rosanna Parish is described as a Black female, 5-2 tall with black hair and brown eyes. Heaven Parish (daughter) is a 6-year-old Black female approximately 3-1 tall with black hair and brown eyes. Unique Parish (youngest daughter) is a 3-year-old Black female, approximately 2-8 tall with black hair and brown eyes.
Police say Parish believes all three should be together.
Clayton County police are asking anyone who might have information on the whereabouts of Rosanna Parish or her daughters to contact them immediately at 770-477-3550
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