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Police searching for missing mother and 3-year-old

Police searching for missing mother and 3-year-old

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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – The Clarksville Police Department (CPD) is investigating the case of a missing mother and daughter.

The family said they haven’t heard from the two since May 1, 2013, and reported them missing on June 13, 2013. According to the CPD, the detective in charge of the case has exhausted all leads.

PreasmyerMother: Amber Preasmyer (1/8/1988) (W/F)
Blonde hair(changes colors frequently) /Blue eyes
5’9 150 lbs

NadiaDaughter: Nadia Preasmyer (12/6/2009) (W/F)
blonde/blue

Amber Preasmyer was arrested after a narcotics search warrant was issued with her boyfriend and the father of her child (who is still in jail), and currently has several General Session Capias on file for drug charges. CPD is concerned with serving the Capias on Preasmyer, but the main concern is to check on the welfare of the child.

Anyone with information can contact Det. Joe Shrum at:
(931) 648-0656 ext. 5391 or Joe.Shrum@cityofclarksville.com

If you wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at (931) 648-TIPS (8477).

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