Farmville police say a mother and her one year old child are safe after being last seen Saturday night.
Keyana Gorham, along with her son Jordan Hill left Saturday night around 9:00 p.m. Authorities say Gorham was going on a date with someone she met on Vibeline, an Internet chatting service.
Police were concerned after relatives had not heard from Gorham in several days and her car was found in Lenoir County along Highway 58.
Police say Gorham called them Tuesday night to say she and her son were okay.
Farmville police are searching for a mother and her one year old son who have been missing since Saturday night.
Police say Keyana Gorham, along with her son Jordan Hill left Saturday night around 9:00 p.m. Authorities say Gorham was going on a date with someone she met on Vibeline, an Internet chatting service. The two were supposed to meet at Jameson's Hotel.
Family members say they have not heard from Gorham since she left. She was last driving a burgundy 1993 Buick Park Avenue. The vehicle has since been found abandoned on Highway 58 near Lenoir Memorial Hospital.
Police say Gorham is 25 years old, 5'8" tall, weighs 160 pounds, black hair, brown eyes and has a tattoo on her upper left arm of two hearts with the saying "Billy and Keyana".
If anyone knows the whereabouts of Keyana Gorham or her son is urged to contact Farmville police at 252-753-4111.
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