Montgomery mother Terrye Moore is pleading for the return of her twins: 9-year-olds Jordan and Taylor DeJerinett.
"I just wanna know what happened. Wherever my children are, the family is pulling for you and we're here waiting for you to come back, safe return all in one piece and I love 'em," Moore said.
She says her twins were last seen Sunday at her friend's house: 73-year-old Jack Mac Girdner in Hope Hull.
"Last night around midnight I went to go pick them up and no one was home," Moore said.
Moore says Girdner has been a friend of three years. She says he was a church member who showed interest in her kids and had been spending time with them and babysitting.
"He was fond of them and he would take them to little outings and things like this," Moore said.
Investigators say Girdner's white 1988 Mercedes 560 SEL sedan is also missing. That Alabama license plate number is AY50790. Moore doesn't suspect foul play.
"Jack was a good person you know. I think my church members, friends and family can vouch for that and say that same thing that they feel like he's a fairly good person and that he wouldn't, we wouldn't want to believe that he would do anything like that," Moore said.
Jordan was last seen wearing a black shirt and shorts. Taylor was wearing a blue and white jump suit.
"Whoever knows where they might be needs to get them back to me in one peace and I know that my lord will do just that," Moore said.
The mother says this is totally out of this man's character and she really doesn't believe he would harm the kids. She says she he was elderly but didn't have any medical conditions that she was aware of.
If you know anything that could help officials find Jordan and Taylor.. Call the Lowndes County Sheriffs Department at 334-548-2151.
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