Carly Russell researches the Taken movie and if she’s too old for Amber Alert before ‘disappearing’ in costume, she stole work and cash – and now has to speak to the police after initially claiming she’d been kidnapped

Carly Russell researches the Taken movie and if she's too old for Amber Alert before 'disappearing' in costume, she stole work and cash - and now has to speak to the police after initially claiming she'd been kidnapped

Carly Russell researched the Liam Neeson movie ‘Taken’ and whether she was too old for Amber Alert before she disappeared last week, then reappeared two days later claiming she was abducted after going to help a ‘little baby’ on the side of the road. done .

Curley, 25, told police she was taken in by a white man with ‘orange hair’ who appeared from a tree beside I-459 after she saw a ‘baby boy in a diaper’ walking down the road around 9:30 p.m. Thursday. p.m

Her disappearance sparked a frantic police and volunteer hunt that generated $62,000 in donations for Crime Stoppers and nationwide fear for the young nursing student.

He reappeared at his parents’ home on Saturday night, 49 hours after he went missing, in what his parents described as a ‘bad condition’.

At a press conference today, Hoover police revealed new evidence that points to her disappearance as a hoax.

Hoover Police Chief Nick Darzis said, ‘We have not been able to verify most of his initial statements and we have no reason to believe there is a threat to public safety.’

Detectives stopped short of accusing him of maliciously lying, instead questioning his mental state, but said they were now struggling to believe his story.

Carly is now refusing to be interviewed a second time, they said, after initially giving an elaborate story about their abduction.

Carly reappeared at her parents’ house on Saturday night. What happened to him remains a mystery

Hoover Police Chief Nick Darzis said Curley’s story could not be substantiated

The mysterious disappearance and reappearance of Carly Russell in Alabama last week

‘He said a man came out of the tree and mumbled that he was checking on the child, then picked him up and carried him over a fence and into a car.

‘He said the next thing he remembered was an 18-wheeler in the trailer, and there was a woman whose voice he heard but who he couldn’t see.

‘He told detectives he could hear a baby crying and the male had orange hair,’ Chief Darzis said.

Carly’s story included recovering after running away from the pair.

‘He said they blindfolded him but didn’t tie him up because they didn’t want to have a contraction mark,’ Chief Darzis said.

She also told police that the pair stripped her and took pictures of her body, but said they did not physically or sexually assault her.

Carlethea ‘Carly’ Nicole Russell, 25, was seen driving into the shoulder lane in her red Mercedes with her flashers on. Police said he drove 600 yards — the distance of six football fields — before pulling over and claimed to have been looking at a child the entire time.

Today it was revealed that before disappearing, she was seen on surveillance cameras stealing a dark bathrobe and toilet paper from The Woodhouse Spa, where she worked.

He also bought Cheez-Its and granola bars from Target, which detectives believe he took with him when he disappeared.

Her phone, wig and Apple Watch were found in her car, along with take-out food ordered from a restaurant near her work.

He drove 600 yards — the length of six football fields — when calling 911 to claim he saw a baby boy on the side of the road.

At the news conference, detectives played the child’s calm 911 call reporting it.

In the days leading up to her disappearance, she researched terms like: ‘Do you have to pay for an Amber Alert?’

On the day of her disappearance, her Google search included: ‘How to take money from a register without getting caught?’

He also searched for: ‘Birmingham bus station’ and ‘One way ticket from Birmingham to Nashville.’

He also researched the terms associated with abductions and disappearances, including the day he disappeared.

Her parents, Talitha and Carlos Russell, began a frantic search for their daughter last week. They say he is now too fragile to be interviewed by police

Russell, 25, was studying nursing as well

Carly claims she was able to escape from them as they drove her into a car and she fled home.

He drove 600 yards — the length of six football fields — when calling 911 to claim he was looking at the child.

After calling 911, Carly called her brother’s girlfriend and claimed to be looking at the baby.

The brother’s girlfriend then hears his screams, after which Rekha dies.

Carly’s parents, who have asked the media and police for help in finding her, have not yet been informed of the new evidence revealed today.

It is unclear if he will be charged.

Carly’s parents said she ‘hit the door’ at 10.45pm on Saturday and was ‘in a bad state’

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