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Missing Brookline Girl Could Still Be Alive

Alivia Christine Kail of Brookline could still be alive, according to a report by WPXI.

WPXI has reported that Alivia Christine Kail, a Brookline teenager who has been missing for nearly two years, could be alive.

The television station reported Tuesday that the FBI is investigating whether Alivia could be a victim of sex trafficking in Florida.

Alivia has been missing since March, 5, 2011. She was living in Mt. Washington at that time, when she told her family she planned to move to Florida with her boyfriend. Kail, then 19, picked up clothes from her brother’s West Mifflin home on March 5, and hasn’t had contact with family or friends since.

In March 2012, friends and family gathered at the cannon monument on Brookline Boulevard to remember Alivia on the anniversary of her disappearance.

Alivia's story was featured as an "Unsolved Cases" article on Dormont-Brookline Patch in May 2012.

Two Facebook pages, Break the Silence for Alivia Kail and Missing: Alivia Christine Kail have been created to continue the search for her.

Editor's note: Dormont-Brookline Patch has contacted the FBI Pittsburgh field office for more information. Continue to follow Dormont-Brookline Patch as details become available.

Those with information about Alivia Kail should contact local law enforcement. The phone number for the Pittsburgh Police missing persons unit is 412-323-7141

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erika January 17, 2013 at 04:11 PM
Wow, wouldn't that be awesome if she were found alive after having gone missing for almost two years?? I am sure it will have been a horribly tragic existence she had lived in those two years, but it is obvious she has a lot of love and support in the community to potentially help her overcome it to some extent.
kim May 25, 2013 at 02:06 AM
God bless you. Hope you find your baby girl . Sending thoughts and prayers

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