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update today 2022: Feb 4, 2022: Family releases Summer Wells birthday video in honor of other missing children

WVLT reports that When Summer Wells went missing on June 15, 2021, in Hawkins County, she was a five-year-old. Friday, Feb. 4, will mark her sixth birthday as the investigation now reaches nearly eight months.

Through a family spokesperson, Don and Candus Wells said, “This is a tender day to us. We miss our Summer with all our hearts. Thank You, Everyone, for helping us restore our Family and find our Daughter, Summer Moon-Utah Wells.”

Hayley Justice Thompson is a part of a community-led group that gathers every week to pray for Summer.

“We want to keep her name in the light and keep her name out there,” said Thompson.

Officials with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said they had received over 1,800 tips, but none have panned out. First responders in Hawkins County remember the first few days of the search and the challenges they faced.

Chris Vaughan with the Church Hill Rescue Squad said, “The radio systems in this county are so terrible that being able to communicate from the command post to people in the wood area where people were actually searching was so hard that we actually had to have good radio’s brought in from Sullivan County.”

As far as what’s ahead, Thompson said, “We’re going to be honoring Summer tomorrow on her birthday with six minutes of silence. We would love for people to join in and pray for her during those six minutes.”

reward fund created to drive information in hopes to find the East Tennessee girl will continue to accept donations until June 15, 2022, which marks one year since Summer disappeared from her residence on Ben Hill Road. It is now at $73,705.90.

The Wells family released a video on their website at midnight commemorating Summer’s birthday. A timeline of her disappearance can be found here.

Prayer vigil held to mark Summer Wells’ birthday

Feb 3, 2022– Community members gathered Tuesday to observe the birthday of missing Hawkins County child Summer Wells.

Summer will turn 6 years old on Friday.

A group came together at Borden Park to pray for her safe return.

“Today is specifically for Summer Wells’ 6th birthday,” said Haley Justine Thompson, assistant executive director of Awaken Ministries. “So today we’re coming together in honor of her and just celebrating her and just all coming together and praying for her and having a special prayer especially this week of her birthday.”

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Weekly prayer vigils held every Tuesday have drawn a large online following.

Summer was reported missing from her home in the Beech Creek area of Hawkins County on June 15.

Feb 2, 2022– Community members will celebrate the 6th birthday of missing Summer Moon Utah Wells at Borden Park on Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Those interested in celebrating Summer and praying for her safe return are encouraged to bring a candle to light in honor of the girl last seen at her home on Ben Hill Road in Hawkins County seven and a half months ago.

Summer will turn 6 years old on Feb. 4, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI).

On June 15, 2021, Summer’s mother, Candus Bly, reported the 5-year-old girl missing after watching her return inside the house after planting flowers with Bly and Summer’s grandmother.

Bly reportedly told Summer’s brothers to look after her. Within two minutes, Bly said Summer was gone.

“Me and my mother and her were planting flowers, and we went in after we got done washing our hands, and [Summer] got a piece of candy from grandma,” Bly said. “And [Summer] wanted to go back over and see her brothers, and I said, ‘OK,’ and I walked her all the way over to the porch, and I watched her walking into the kitchen where the boys were watching TV. I told the boys, I said, ‘Watch Summer; I’ll be back.’ And within two minutes, I came back, and I asked the boys where their sister was, and they said, ‘She went downstairs, Mom, to play with her toys in the playroom.’ I said, ‘OK.’ And I yelled downstairs for her a couple times, and I didn’t get no answer, which was unusual because usually she always answers me. And so, I went down there to check, and she was nowhere in sight.”: CANDUS BLY DURING AN EXCLUSIVE FIRST INTERVIEW ON JUNE 28, 2021

Every concerned person is keen on knowing the latest update on Summer Wells, the 5-year-old girl who went missing on June 15, 2021, and has since not been found.

Several months after she went missing, she has still not been found. Her issue has caught international and national attention. People wish she can safely come back wherever she is. Many also believe she might have died by now.

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An AMBER alert has been created for her and it is still active.

Recently, a few community members gathered at Borden Park in Kingsport to pray for the safe return of the missing Hawkins County girl. Her prayers have been praying since after she disappeared.

“Well, whoever has my daughter, I pray and hope that they have not harmed her and they bring her back to us safe and sound,” Summer’s mother Candus Bly Wells said in June.

That plea from Summer’s mom was echoed by her father months later. The parents said they believe their child was kidnapped.

“Me and Candus know for a fact that Summer was abducted, we know that,” Don Wells said in November.

From day one, however, law enforcement has maintained there is no evidence that she was abducted.

“However, all avenues continued to be explored, including foul play, and the very real possibility that she wandered off and became lost in the mountainous and rough terrain surrounding her home,” the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released in December.

The first ground search lasted almost two weeks, with law enforcement finding no evidence of an abduction.

“Like we said from day one, everything is still on the table, everybody’s a person of interest until we find Summer,” Hawkins County Sheriff Ronnie Lawson said in November.

Questions remain after neighbors described their experiences from June 15.

A neighbor of Summer Wells says they heard a scream shortly before she went missing.

“It was a jumbled mess, she was like ‘Summer’s missing, I can’t find her,’ I’m like, ‘look, I heard a scream earlier, I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I didn’t know, I’m looking for her now,” JodiSue Brown recalled. “But every day I wake up and I wonder what I could’ve done.”

Online threats to parents

Parents of Summer Wells have admitted that they keep receiving threats from unknown people online.

“The only reason we put all of her pictures out there and the only reason we done all these things was to try to help find Summer, but it turned into a living nightmare,” Don Wells said.

Support from Community members

The pain of one is the pain of all. So far community members have been doing all they can to find Summer Wells. People have voluntarily put up posters, social media posts with hashtags, and billboards to help find the sweet little girl.

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“We need one person – one person – to say something. That’s all we need,” billboard organizer Brad Allen said, pleading anyone with information to come forward.

More search

In early December 2021, Beech Creek came back to the area where she was believed to go missing and search thoroughly once again, but, all to no avail, nothing concrete was found.

“Investigators have executed numerous search warrants, collecting all potential evidence. We’ve spoken with anyone and everyone associated with the Wells family, in some cases more than once. This includes neighbors, acquaintances, and those working in the area the day she disappeared,” the TBI released in early December.

The case has left veteran law enforcement befuddled.

“I’ve been through a lot in the last 44 years, seen a lot, investigated a lot, but this is one of the top ones,” Lawson said.

Her parents have continued to beg for her return.

“We just wish Summer could come home,” Don Wells said.

Tuesday morning, News Channel 11 reached out to the TBI for an update in the investigation and was told there are no updates but that the investigation is active and ongoing.

“It’s an active and ongoing investigation. We’re not going to stop until we determine what happened to her. And we’re just taking it one day at a time,” TBI spokesperson Leslie Earhart said at a press conference in June.

Summer was reported missing from her home in the Beech Creek area of Hawkins County in June and the AMBER Alert for Summer Wells remains active.

Anyone with information on Wells is asked to contact the Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office at 423-272-7121 or the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

Summer Wells story sets record

The disappearance of Summer Wells has become an issue of discussion so much so that it is setting records. The latest is the fact that her name topped trends last year. She was one of the most searched people. Several online tabloids have also stated that stories about her are the most read on their website.

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