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March 17, 2021, marks 1 year since 8-year-old Hanna Lee and 6-year-old Skye Rex vanished from their home in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, the Waynesboro Police Department, and the girls’ father are doubling down on search efforts as investigators believe the girls could now be in the Washington DC – Maryland area.

“Every day I hope today is the day I get that call,” said John Rex, the girls’ father. “Every day I hope it’s the day they come home.”
On March 17, 2020, a family court judge made a decision after a 3-year long custody battle between Rex and his ex-wife, Lashada Lee. After consults with best-interest lawyers representing both girls as well as a court-appointed psychiatrist, the court determined that Rex would receive immediate full custody of both Hanna and Skye. However, before Rex could pick up his daughters, the girls vanished. Investigators believe they were taken by their mother, who has been hiding out somewhere with them ever since. Lashada Lee now has an arrest warrant for two counts of felony custodial interference.

The stigma with family abductions cases is many people believing that because a child is likely with a family member, that they are not missing, but that is a misconception. Family abductions are the second-most common type of missing child case reported to NCMEC, at a rate 20 times higher than non-family abductions, otherwise known as “stranger abductions.”
Rex is facing a particularly worrisome situation; his children are missing during a pandemic.
“I don’t even know if my daughters are healthy or if they’re sick. I don’t know if they’ve been sick…As a father, that’s what worries me the most.”

It’s mid-March but Rex still has his Christmas tree up and the girls’ presents wrapped, waiting until Hanna and Skye are finally home and can open their gifts themselves.
“I absolutely love you, Hanna and Skye,” said Rex. “We have your room ready, we’re waiting for you to come home. Daddy is working very hard on making that happen, I’m not going to give up. I’m going to continue working, with law enforcement and with NCMEC. I’m going to do everything I can and I’m not going to stop until they’re found and they’re brought home.”
If anyone has information about Hanna Lee and Skye Rex, you are urged to contact the Waynesboro Police Department at 1-717-762-2131 or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST, that’s 1-800-843-5678.
When they were last seen, both Hanna Lee and Skye Rex were 4’0 tall and weighed about 45lbs. They both have brown hair and brown eyes.
     
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