ATL Baby Kidnapping – New Social Media Campaign
To highlight one of the unresolved infant abduction cases in the United States, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, in partnership with the Atlanta Police Department, takes a new approach to attract attention from the public and find Raymond Green, an infant kidnapped at five days old. old man in Atlanta, Georgia.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is seeking the attention of black men in their 40s.
NCMEC also created an image of what Raymond Green could look like today and will showcase the image on digital billboards and other digital billboards throughout the Metro Atlanta area. Billboards ask, “Is this YOU?” As we pose the question to the African American men, asking them to consider the possibility that they were abducted as infants and may not know it.
On November 6, 1978, Raymond was abducted from his home in Atlanta, Georgia, by a woman. She said her name was Lisa and that she had befriended Green’s mother in the hospital days before. More than 40 years later, there is still very little clue as to what happened to baby Raymond. The suspect was last seen getting into a brown vehicle. Police said she is 5ft 6in with an average build and may have a mole on her left cheek.
Anyone with information about the disappearance or Raymond Green’s whereabouts is encouraged to call the Atlanta Police Department at 1-404-658-6666 or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800- THE-LOST.