A Columbia woman is putting the power of social media to work in hopes of finding .
According to a report by WIS-TV, T'nae Parker has started a Facebook page, "Find Amir Jennings," to keep the story of Jennings' disappearance alive here in the Midlands.
"I have a child and I know that if something happened to her I would move heaven and earth to get her back and I would want people to help me," Parker told WIS.
The 18-month-old boy has ben missing since Nov. 24. Meanwhile, his troubled mother, Zinah Jennings, is in jail on child cruelty charges and has so far refused to cooperate with Columbia Police in their investigation of his disappearance.
"Pleading to the public is great," Parker told WIS. "I want to find him. There are other people that want to find him, but the one person that can help him is in the Alvin S. Glenn Detention Center."
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