Its been almost a month since Alicia Fox was found murdered in an abandoned home and no one has yet to locate her two children; infant son Kristian Justice and his 6 year old sister Kaylah Hunter.
Today Click on Detroit reported Fox's husband and the father of her two small children, Erin Justice, is now behind bars in Atlanta. He is being held for the murder of Fox, but the two children remain missing.
The family now has a new plan to help find the children, according to Brenda Fields, Fox's aunt.
"We're doing all we can," said Brenda Fields. "We don't care. We're out asking people to sign the petition for Kaylah and Kristian. We plan to present it to the Michigan State Police."
Fox's family is now soliciting signatures for a petition in hopes of creating a active Amber Alert in efforts to locate the two children. Since the children have been missing for nearly a month.
"We need 2,500 signatures. Right now we're short about 800," Fields said.
In the meanwhile, a special task force has been created to try to locate the kids, following up on every lead that is reported.
"When they follow up on a tip, we go right behind them," Fields said.
Local 4 reported that "police have received hundreds of calls. Some callers claim they've spotted the kids, but the reports all turn out to be false."
Police detectives have been questioning Justice in attempt to get some kind of lead to where the children may be, as well as interviewing family, friends and witnesses. Sources claim "investigators believe the kids may be somewhere familiar to Justice. That's why family members want the Amber Alert. They don't want anyone to forget that the children are still out there."
"In my heart I believe they're still alive," Fields said. "We've been out searching for them because we don't know what else to do. And we don't want to sit down and do nothing."
Learn how to protect your child and what steps to take if your child becomes missing. If you think you have seen Kristian Justice and/or Kaylah Hunter, or another missing child, contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.
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