Soldier’s mother-in-law arrested in connection to disappearance of his daughter two months ago

The FBI is now hunting for Tennessee toddler Evelyn Boswell, the daughter of a US Army Soldier who has been missing in December.

Authorities in North Carolina have arrested Boswell’s grandmother, Angela Boswell, along with accomplice William McCloud, after the two were spotted driving a stolen vehicle that matched the AMBER alert description.

According to the Daily Mail, the duo were driving a stolen gray BMW, a highly conspicuous vehicle with front end damage to make recognition even easier.

McCloud and Boswell will be extradited to Tennessee, and Evelyn is still reported to be missing.

While 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell has been missing since December, but her absence was not reported until earlier this week. It was not until the TN Department of Children’s Services reported the missing girl to the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office that an official investigation began.

Evelyn’s parents, Maggie Boswell and Ethan Perry are a military family, with Perry currently serving in the US Army.

Perry, who is stationed in Louisiana, went to social media last week to announce his involvement in the investigation.

“I’m currently working with authorities trying to find Evelyn. I can’t say much more than that at the moment,” he wrote.

SCSO Captain Andy Seabolt said at the outset of the investigation, Evelyn’s case did not meet the criteria required for an AMBER Alert, but after getting the okay from state level law enforcement, the AMBER was issued.

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