Atlanta, GA (CBS46) – The FBI We’re looking for a missing 17-year-old boy departing Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta on Tuesday morning.
According to the release, Emma Linek, who goes by the name Zari, flew to Atlanta from Cleveland, Ohio. September 6th.
Agents confirmed that Rynek was last seen leaving Hartsfield’s North Daily Parking around 10 a.m. with an unknown man.
“Our investigation found video evidence of Emma at Hartsfield Airport on Tuesday morning. Officer Chris Macrae said. “We need your help. Emma needs your help. Our first priority is to locate her, make sure she is safe, and help her family. to bring him back to.”
Emma’s father appeared at the press conference, holding back tears many times, anxiously waiting for the official word that Emma would return home safely.
“She is a wonderful girl. She has a sweet and cheerful personality. She loves animals and loves to sing. ” said Emma’s father.
Investigators confirmed that it was originally a direct flight from Cleveland to Boston, Massachusetts, where she was supposed to meet someone. She missed the flight and was rebooked on a connecting flight through Atlanta. The flight change was unplanned, so she didn’t know she was in Atlanta.
According to sources, Emma has no known connections to the people of Atlanta, she has never been here before and no one knows.
She is clinically diagnosed with autism and has to take medication daily. Investigators say she is not in possession of those drugs at this time.
If the public knows anything, or thinks they know anything, it is important to call emergency contacts.
Anyone with information should call the FBI’s toll-free tip line at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324).
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