Stefanie Hamrick, 25, and her baby, Leonay Inabnett, are in good health, police said.
Prince George's police announced Thursday that a missing Greenbelt mother and her one-year-old daughter had been found in Washington DC in good health. On Wednesday police asked the public to help locate Stefanie Anne Hamrick, 25, and her baby, Leonay Heaven Inabnett, both of the 8500 block of Greenbelt Road. Family members had informed detectives that they had not had any contact with Hamrick since Feb. 7 when she was last seen walking toward a bus stop in the 8500 block of Greenbelt Road, where she lived. As of Thursday, the Prince George's police had no further details, but more details may be released, according to Cpl. Clinton Copeland, a police spokesman.
Twenty-year-old David Johnathan Scherr was last seen in a Ravens shirt with white plaid shorts.
A University of Maryland student has been missing since Dec. 19, according to officials, and police are hoping the public can help them find the college student. David Johnathan Scherr, 20, was last seen on campus in College Park at 2 p.m. in a Ravens shirts and white plaid shorts. Police said he may have been driving a black 2013 Ford Escape with Maryland tags 3AX4875. PGPD Cpl. Maria McKinney said today that no new information is available and did not respond to whether or not foul play was involved. Anyone with information on David Scherr's whereabouts is asked to call the Prince George’s County Police Department’s District I Investigative Section at (301) 699-2601.