PHOTOS: Pics From Facebook Of Adam Mayes

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Over the weekend, we learned the main police are seeking in the disappearance of a Hardeman County, TN family had a Facebook page under another name.

On the page, there are several photos of the daughters of Jo Ann Bain.

Bain and her children haven’t been seen since April 27.

Saturday, an Amber Alert was issued for the family saying the children are in “extreme danger.”

Later in the day, we learned two bodies were found at a home belonging to Mayes in Mississippi.

Though the bodies have yet to be identified, Jo Ann Bain was later removed from the Amber Alert.

Information from Amber Alert release about the missing Bain family:

Adrienne, Alexandria, and Kyliyah were last seen on April 27, 2012.

Adrienna is a white female. She has brown hair and brown eyes and is 5’04″ tall and weighs 129 lbs.

Alexandria is a white female. She has brown hair and hazel eyes and is 5′ tall and weighs 105 lbs.

Kyliyah is a white female. She has blonde hair and brown eyes and is 4′ tall and weighs 57 lbs.

They may be in the company of their mother, Jo Ann Bain and an adult male, Adam Mayes.

Jo Ann is a white female. She has brown hair and brown eyes and is 5’03″ tall and weighs 130 lbs.

Adam Mayes is a white male. He has brown hair and blue eyes and is 6’03″ tall and weighs 175 lbs.

Mayes has altered his appearance by cutting his hair and may have also cut the hair of the children and dyed it an unknown color.

Information has been developed during the investigation that the children may be in extreme danger.

Warrants for kidnapping are being issued for Adam Mayes. He has an additional warrant on file for false report with full extradition and is believed to be carrying a firearm.

Adam was last seen in Guntown, Mississippi on Tuesday May 1, 2012. They may be en route to Arizona or Mississippi.

Adam has connections to Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Florida.

There is no vehicle information at this time.

If you have any information on these subjects, please contact the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND.