LaToya Brown was last seen leaving her family's home in Northport, Alabama on April 26, 2011. She split her time between her mother's home and her aunt's, along Alabama Highway 69 South. She left to go get food with a friend, and never returned.
Brown disappeared the day before a major tornado struck the area, killing 42 people. The shopping center Brown was planning to go to was in the path of the storm. Her cell phone records place her at Rosedale Apartments in the Rosedale Court area at 5:30 p.m. on the day of the tornado, and someone placed a call on her phone just minutes before the storm arrived.
After the tornado, 600 people were reported missing from the area; Brown is one of only four that remain unaccounted for.
Join Kristi Bryant as she interviews Toye Jackson, LaToya’s Mom, and Stephanie Taylor of The Tuscaloosa News. If you have any information on LaToya Brown, please call Tuscaloosa Police Department 205-349-2010.
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