Columbus, OH – Social Justice Activist Amber Evans disappeared over a month ago; now the community continues to look for her and is striving to keep her name in local and national headlines.
Evans, who works for the Juvenile Justice Coalition, People’s Justice Project, and March for Our Lives, went missing on January 28. Her car was found near the Scioto River in Downtown Columbus, which has yet to be searched by local investigators.
The lack of a search in the river and answers about Evans’ disappearance has angered many in Ohio’s capital city. Many are accusing the Columbus PD of conducting a slow investigation because of Evans’ past criticism of them through her activism.
The Columbus PD refutes the allegation, claiming that they are working as hard as they can but there have been delays because it’s been too cold to drag the river.
Anyone with information should contact the Columbus Special Victims Bureau at (614) 645-4624 or (614) 645-4545.