Former McIntosh student feared taken by human traffickers in Miami

Alexis Say, 22, disappears from Miami hospital; no cellphone, no ID on her

Former McIntosh student feared taken by human traffickers in Miami

A 22-year-old New York woman and former Peachtree City resident is the subject of a search after she was last seen in a Miami hospital on Jan. 23.

Alexis Say, a former student at Booth Middle School and McIntosh High School, was last seen on Jan. 23 in a waiting room of North Shore Hospital in Miami, according to The Daily News (Genesee County, New York).

Her mother, Jennifer Say, said she was contacted by the Florida Attorney General’s Office and the Florida Human Trafficking Task Force about her daughter’s disappearance, according to reports.

“She was in the lobby waiting for a ride, and somebody was seen talking to her, that’s the last time she has been seen … there was nothing with her, no I.D. or cell phone, and if she was free to move about, she could find things to sell,” Jennifer Say said.

“Even if it could be on the national news for 30 seconds, that’s 30 seconds (we need),” she said. “If it is indeed human trafficking, they told me she would not be in Miami (any longer).”

Alexis Say is described as Caucasian, 5’2” in height and weighing approximately 100 pounds. She has brown eyes and long brown hair with a tattoo of a feather on the inside of her right arm.

She had been treated at the hospital for a seizure, according to reports.