COLUMBIA, S.C.,None — Investigators in Columbia, S.C. have announced a $10,000 reward for information in the whereabouts of a missing toddler.
Agencies from Atlanta to Charlotte have been searching endlessly for 18-month-old Amir Jennings.
Family members said Amir was last seeing around Thanksgiving in Atlanta.
Amir's mother, Zinah Jennings, was found after she was involved in a minor car accident in Columbia, S.C., on Christmas Eve, but the boy is still missing.
Police said since they found Zinah Jennings, she has told them various stories about where Amir might be.
Jennings is currently in jail in Columbia on child cruelty charges.
Police are asking the public for their help.
"This case has been weighing on the hearts and mind of Columbia Police Investigators for weeks now. There is still great concern for the child's safety and well-being. We continue to ask the public across three states to assist us in finding Amir Jennings," Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott.
Atlanta FBI agents said anyone with information can call them directly at 404-679-9000.
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