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Mother Pleads for Return of 13-Year-Old Daughter

This isn't the first time Kimberly has tried to run off with her uncle.
She loves him, I mean she loves her Uncle Phillip, but she knows that we got an order protection for her and that she wasn't supposed to be around him.
CAMDEN, AR -- Law enforcement officers across the state are still searching for 13-year-old Kimberly Nussey, who is believed to be with her uncle.

Kimberly's mother Christina Nussey says she is worried and hasn't been able to sleep. She's made a number of calls to her brother Phillip Nussey to bring her daughter home, but has had no luck reaching him.

She also says this isn't the first time Kimberly has tried to run off with her uncle.

"I don't know how to react or feel," Christina Nussey said. "I just want to see her. I want her home."

The last couple of days have been nerve-racking for Christina Nussey. She doesn't know where Kimberly is, but knows she willingly left with her 37-year-old Uncle Phillip Nussey.

"She's I guess rebelling, and he loves her," she said.

While the Ouachita County Sheriff's Office believes Kimberly is in danger, Christina disagrees.

"I don't see him harming her, purposely harming her," she said. "I mean I know he loves her and is probably flipping out because of everything that's going on."

Christina says her daughter normally walks down this road to play, but on the day she disapeared, she believes Kimberly walked to the end of this road on the intersection of Ouachita County 51 and 565, where she got into a car with her uncle.

"She loves him, I mean she loves her Uncle Phillip, but she knows that we got an order protection for her and that she wasn't supposed to be around him," Christina Nussey said.

Sheriff's officials say the pair have an inappropriate relationship, a relationship Christina Nussey admits she's unaware about.

But she says Kimberly is attached to her uncle and figured out a way to contact him.

"She might have called his phone because I noticed he posted on his Facebook his phone number, and she got the info somehow," Christina Nussey said.

Christina said Phillip suffers from schizophrenia and is bi-polar and hasn't been taking medication.

The pair was last seen in a car described as a 1999 white Ford Crown Victoria with an Arkansas Game and Fish license plate with the number: GCJJW.
 
If you have any information pertaining to this case, call 911.
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