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Ballad Health, others contributing more than $30,000 to help find Evelyn Boswell

An AMBER alert was issued for 15-month-old Evelyn Boswell on Wednesday. She hasn't been seen in more than two months.

The Sullivan County Sheriff's Office has announced Ballad Health and CEO Alan Levine, Fuller Paving Group, and Sheriff Jeff Cassidy are all contributing to a reward to help find Evelyn Boswell.

The department says Ballad Health is contributing $25,000, Alan Levine is contributing $5,000, and Fuller Paving Group is adding $2,000 on top of the $1,000 Sheriff Cassidy promised in a press conference earlier today.

Evelyn has not been seen by some family members since December. An AMBER alert was issued for the 15-month-old on Wednesday. Authorities found a gray 2007 BMW with individuals they wished to question in connection to the investigation in Wilkes County, North Carolina. Evelyn remained missing after finding the vehicle.

Cassidy said they were first alerted to the little girl's disappearance on February 17 when they received a DCS referral. Evelyn's grandfather had reported they hadn't seen the child since early December.

Investigators were initially told Evelyn was last seen on December 26, but the sheriff believes Evelyn was actually last seen by a babysitter on December 10 or 11.

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If you know where Evelyn is, contact the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office or the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. 

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