A young woman’s family is pleading for your help to find their loved one and get her back home.
For well over a year, Marchelle Goldsmith says her life hasn’t been the same and has been filled with the constant worry about her daughter, 20-year-old Lakira Goldsmith who authorities say went missing from Narrow Lane Road in Montgomery, Alabama on November 27th, 2018.
“No one has seen or heard from her. None of her friends or none of that,” says Marchelle Goldsmith.
Family members say Lakira is a very active parent of a 2-year-old little boy, who is now being cared for by Lakira’s mother. Her mother says it is unlike Lakira to disappear for such a long period of time, or miss spending the holidays with family.
“I feel that something’s not right for her not to get in contact with me. I don’t want to think the worst, but something’s just not right,” says Marchelle Goldsmith.
Lakira also suffers from a severe case of asthma.
She takes medication with her asthma. She’s been in the hospital a lot due to her asthma so they called all of the local hospitals themself. As the police haven’t seemed very interested in helping them much.
Her mother says, she and family members are doing everything they can-from posting flyers to speaking with people who may know something.
Goldsmith says she thinks she knows who could have answers on Lakira’s last whereabouts but the information has not been confirmed by police.
Goldsmith is described as a black female, 5-feet, 5-inches tall and weighing 150 pounds.
Now the twist to the story comes in when we find out about Aniah Blanchard is missing and then her remains are found In Macon county. Then Ibraheem Yazeed, the man imprisoned now for Aniah’s capture and murder. Seems that Goldsmiths last known residence before her disappearance was with Kimberly Lashea Bibb which is Yazeeds child’s mother. He did live there for a time, but it is unknown if they all lived there together at the time of her disappearance. But records do show Yazeed’s long history of viloence, kidnapping, robbery and other illegal activities. Just so happens he was out of jail at the time of Goldsmiths disappearance. Her disappearance has not been widely talked about, cops have not been much help. Nothing like Aniah’s case that’s for sure. The connection is there, it’s possible he was also involved somehow in her disappearance.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call police or Central Alabama Crime Stoppers 24-hour tip line at 334-215-STOP, through the P3-tips app, the web at www.215STOP.com or the Central Alabama Crime Stoppers Facebook page.