Missing North Carolina mother and daughter turned out to be safe after five years

More than five years after the disappearance of a North Carolina mother and her then-one-year-old daughter, she found herself safe just 20 miles from her home.

On Tuesday, a 21-year-old Amber Renai Weber and her daughter Miracle Smith were found at their home in Bunnlevel, North Carolina, a US marshal said.

Weber and Smith were last seen in Fayetteville on December 4, 2016, and were reported missing a few weeks later on January 31. Marshal of the United States.

A U.S. Marshals Service has something to do with “(Joe) Smith,” who was arrested on January 19 for having a missing child and mother at van level and possessing firearms for a convicted serious offender. The investigation, “maybe,” said it “developed information.”

Officials found the miracle in a Bunnlevel home and “and handed over her brother to the Harnett County Social Welfare Department to provide support for the victim.”

I also found four guns at home.

Brandon Taylor, deputy marshal of the investigation department, told Daily News that Amber gave birth to Miracle’s brother after the pair went missing, but couldn’t identify the father of the child.

Police did not reveal a relationship with Smith, but Taylor told the news that he appeared to be Miracle’s grandfather.

According to officials, amber and miracles had been previously abused before they went missing.

Amber’s father, Monty Weber, told CBS17 that she “taken off at midnight” with her baby after she was with her sister before she disappeared.

“The culmination of years of leads and hints has yielded the results we all wanted today. We have successfully recovered a child who has been missing since December 2016,” said East Carolina. Michael East, the US Marshal of the United States, said in a statement.

“US Marshal Services and our research partners will not quit or be deterred until these children are rescued.”