Case Type: Endangered Date of Birth: January 1, 1991 Missing Date: April 24, 2014 Age Now: 23 Missing City: Birmingham Missing State: Alabama Gender: Female Race: Black Complexion: Medium Height: 5’3″ Weight: 145 Hair Color: Black Hair Length: Medium Eye Color: Brown Wear Glasses or Contacts: No Location Last Seen: 700 block of 3rd Avenue West around 9 a.m.
Circumstances of Disappearance: Stubbs, a Mother of two kids aged 1 and 4, went missing after her family says she went to meet a man at a gas station who was supposed to give her money to get the brakes on her car fixed.
“She had been talking to him on the phone for about a month. They never went out on a date. She never rode in the car with him. That was the first time ever stepping foot in his car,” Stubbs’ aunt Shonta told Fox 6 News.
Stubbs’ brother drove her to a Boost Mobile store and waited in his car across the street to monitor the situation. The man drove up and the pair pulled off in the car.
Stubbs hasn’t been seen since.
“My grandson said she got in the car with him,” said Stubbs’ grandmother Ora Stubbs. “Next thing you know they left. That was April 24th.”
Police have examined surveillance video from the Boost Mobile store. ABC3340.com reported that police have questioned the man Stubbs went to meet and say that police called him a “person of interest” but say there have been no new developments in the case.
Meanwhile, Stubbs’ family has posted hundreds of fliers of her around the city. At the same time, the family is trying to explain to Stubbs’ two children why their mother is not present.
“He’s so used to being up under her, he knows she’s not around. Her 4-year-old keeps asking, ‘Where’s my momma?'” said Shonta. Stubbs’ youngest child asked a family friend to pray about the situation.
“Is she eating? Is she bruised? Is she hurt. Her kids need her desperately,” said Ora Stubbs.
Stubbs’ family has asked the public to remain vigilant and help find out what happened to the young Mother.
“You see the fliers out there, you know something, please call us. We just want her home safely because we need some closure,” said Ora Stubbs.
Last Seen Wearing: All gray-colored clothing. The car Stubbs was last seen in is a Burgundy Chrysler 200.
Identifying Marks or Characteristics: Unknown.
Call Birmingham Police at (205) 328-9311 or leave an anonymous tip with CrimeStoppers at (205) 254-7777 or contact the Black and Missing Foundation’s confidential Tip Line if you have information regarding the whereabouts or circumstances of disappearance for Kierra Stubbs.