The harrowing search for the missing Tennessee sisters turns hopeful as new surveillance footage indicates that the man at large may still be in the Mississippi area.
Adam Mayes, who is suspected of a double homicide and kidnapping of a Tennessee family, has turned up in surveillance footage three days after the family disappeared.
In the April 30 footage, Adam is wearing a white t-shirt in the County Line One Market in Guntown, Mississippi. The 35-year-old was also seen a day later with an altered appearance, according to an ABC News report.
The missing girls, Alexandra Bain, 12, and Kyliyah Bain, 8, have still not been found and are presumed to be with Adam. Tennessee and Mississippi police are working together in an effort to search nearby forests for the suspect.
Their mother, JoAnn, 31, and Adrienne, 14, were found buried in the backyard of Adam’s mobile home in Mississippi on May 5.
The women were first reported missing on April 27 by JoAnn’s husband, Gary Bain. Police had interviewed Adam during an initial investigation but when he fled after the police requested a second interview.
Adam is considered armed and dangerous, and was added to Tennessee’s Top Ten Most Wanted list May 8.
See ABC News‘ report on the story:
— Lorraine Chow
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