Law Enforcement Ask for Public’s Help to Locate Missing Four-Year-Old Serenity Ann McKinney

Family members said they have not seen Serenity Ann McKinney since Dec. 24, 2020. Police say her parents refuse to cooperate.

Family members say Serenity Ann McKinney was last seen on Dec. 24, 2020.

“This week,” Cameron said. “Extended family members contacted law enforcement in Shelby County with concerns that Serenity was in danger.”

According to officials, extended family members contacted law enforcement in Shelby County earlier this week with concerns that Serenity may be in danger.

The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office says the girl is believed to be with her parents who are refusing to cooperate. They were not identified in information released Thursday.

The 4-year-old has blonde hair and blue eyes, and possibly has a birthmark on her stomach, according to police. Authorities released a photo of Serenity to help find her.

Investigators said while Serenity’s location is unknown at this time, it’s possible she could be in the Shelby, Jefferson or Bullitt county area.

Anyone with any information on the whereabouts of Serenity is asked to call the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office at (502) 633-4324 or (502) 633-2323.

The Attorney General’s Special Victims Unit is working in partnership with the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office, Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office, Kentucky State Police, and the United States Secret Service to investigate the case.

A poster containing a photo of Serenity and information about the case can be accessed here