An evening search team has been deployed as the search continues for the missing three year old child, Andanndine Jones. Operation planning is currently in progress for tomorrows efforts. Briefing will occur at 7:00 A.M. at the Aneth Chapter House. If you desire to volunteer your time, please sign in and register at the chapter house at 7:00 A.M.Posted by Navajo Police Department on Friday, March 15, 2019
"I am very sad and heartbroken to hear of Anndine Jones’ passing," Tso said on Thursday. "I prayed for days for a miracle. I will continue to support the Jones family and my community of Aneth." "I ask that all of us hold our loved ones a little bit tighter tonight for we don’t know when we’ll see them next," she continued. "Please, look out for and support one another." "Thank you to all who devoted their time, efforts, and resources to help look for our missing child," said Tso. "I pray God will lay His healing hand and comfort us."
The Navajo Nation is mourning the loss of Anndine Jones, a 4-year-old girl who went missing on the #Utah portion of the reservation. She had last been seen on March 14 near the Aneth Chapter House. #MMIWG pic.twitter.com/Qi1QDsyalv— indianz.com (@indianz) April 4, 2019
Council Speaker Seth Damon also expressed condolences to Anndine's family. "Today, the Navajo Nation grieves with the Jones family. On behalf of the 24th Navajo Nation Council, I extend our most heartfelt condolences to the Jones family and the community of Aneth," Damon said. "No family should endure this type of tragedy. "Thank you to all the volunteers and the search and rescue personnel," he said. Jesse Delmar, the executive director of the Navajo Nation Division of Public Safety, said tribal, federal and state authorities are on the scene in Aneth as part of the ongoing investigation. “We continue to work this case daily with hopes to bring closure as soon as we can. Our prayers are continuously with the family and the community of Aneth,” Delmar said.
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