UPDATE: GBI closes Levi's Call alert after missing 22-month-old found
SAVANNAH, Ga. —
Tuesday morning, the GBI closed the Levi's Call alert, and reported that the child has been found safe.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) have issued a Levi's Call, Georgia's version of an Amber Alert, after a 22-month-old child was reported missing from Savannah.
On Saturday, the Savannah Police Department tweeted that 1-year-old Jerry Sanders Sullivan was missing, and believed to be with his non-custodial mother, Aimee Lowery.
The GBI says Lowery is homeless, and known to abuse methamphetamine. The report states that Jerry's father was awarded custody through the courts, and is concerned for his child's safety.
Jerry Sullivan is 22 months old, about two feet tall, weighs 30 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a blue onesie with big white stars and a blanket.
The GBI says Aimee Lowery is 34 years old, 5'5" in height, weighs 100-200 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes.
The two were last seen at 16 Thankery Place Unit #2 in Savannah, Georgia. The GBI says a phone was last pinged at Bulloch near Brooklet, Georgia.
Aimee Lowery and Jerry are believed to be travelling in a white 2002 Lexus RX300 with a Georgia tag WF9F09. The GBI says the car has reflective windows and a large dent on the passenger window.
If you have seen Aimee and Jerry, or have any information, please call Savannah Police at 912-525-3271.