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Amanda Little, 32: Reward Offered In Case Of Missing NC Woman

Amanda Little, 32: Reward Offered In Case Of Missing NC Woman

Amanda Little Missing

Once again, we’re faced with another case that hasn’t received attention. If you’re a regular reader of Our Black Girls, then you know the hundreds of cases here that are much like that of Amanda Little. The 32-year-old woman vanished from Rose Hill, North Carolina earlier this year, but her case hasn’t been amply covered by the media. Two brief local reports from the same news station shared minimal information that simply stated that Amanda was missing, but anything about her personal life is unknown.

According to NamUs (National Missing and Unidentified Persons System), Amanda Little was reported missing on April 18 of this year. In the five months since she disappeared, police have not offered a press release, social media update, or even shared the circumstances of her case.

What has been reported is that Amanda was last seen by her neighbors near her home, but it is unknown who filed the missing person report. It is also unclear if her neighbors had contact with her on April 18 or if that was the day the report was made. Amanda’s professional life is also a mystery, and while little is known about her family, NamUs stated that her loved ones told police she has a medical condition that has led to an abnormal walk. Police also claim that those who associated with Amanda haven’t had any contact with her whatsoever.

Amanda is biracial, Black and white, but early on, WCTI-TV falsely stated that she was a white woman.

At the time of her disappearance, Amanda Little stood 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighed 95 pounds. She had brown hair and brown eyes.

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Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Duplin County Sheriff’s Office at (910) 296-2150 or their local authorities. The agency case number is 2022-00860. A $5,000 reward is being offered.

Please share this story about Amanda Little to help ignite interest in her missing person case. She is our sister and her life matters.

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