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Two girls missing

The Lamar County sheriff’s office and multiple other agencies have issued a lookout for two missing girls. ************** ©The Herald-Gazette/ This information may not be reprinted, broadcast or distributed electronically in any form or fashion without express consent. For reprint permission, e-mail ************** Kirsten Kamradt, 14, of Barnesville and Amber Henry of High Falls were allegedly taken from their homes Feb. 1 by two 19-year-old men. Chief deputy Maj. Brad White identified the males as Joshua Paul Crowe of Barnesville and Dustin Blake Elliott of Upson County. UPDATE: There has been miscommunication about Henry’s age but Maj. White confirmed she is 16. The girls may have left their homes during the middle of the night and been picked up by the men, according to Maj. White. They are thought to be in Tennessee or North Carolina. The four are believed to be in a white 2000 Buick Park Avenue bearing Georgia license plate BPR 2690. The car belongs to the grandfather of one of the males. The girls are considered to be in danger. One of the men has a psychological condition that causes him to be of great concern to law enforcement. According to Herald-Gazette arrest records, Crowe was jailed in June, 2011 for statutory rape, child molestation and two counts aggravated child molestation. One month earlier, he was charged with criminal trespass, hit and run and leaving the scene of an accident. Kirsten’s mother, Jennifer Kamradt, said her father last saw Kirsten, a student at Lamar County Middle School, at about 1 a.m. Thursday when she went to the bathroom. When the mother went to wake her for school at about 7 a.m., she was gone. Jennifer Kamradt said she had never heard of Amber Henry and that her daughter met one of the males at Rock Springs Church. ”Kirsten has never been any trouble. She plays soccer. She gets good grades. I just want her to come home. Kirsten, if you see this, please come home,” the mother said. Kirsten did have a cell phone but has not used it. Authorities can track the phone even if it is not on or if the battery is dead. Also involved in the investigation are the Barnesville Police Department, Monroe County sheriff’s office, FBI, U.S. Marshall’s Service and the National Center for Missing and Exploiter Children. If you have information on the whereabouts of the girls or their alleged abductors, call 770.358.5159 or 1.800.843.5678.

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