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Two women wanted for sodomy, prostitution of a child

Homewood police are searching for two female suspects believed to be connected to a case of sodomy, sexual abuse and the prostitution of a child under the age of 12. Tuesday, the Homewood Police Department issued a wanted person release for Alicia Ann Abram and Amber Michelle Abram.

Alicia Abram is a 51-year-old white female with brown eyes and brown hair, 6 feet tall and 240 pounds. She is also known by the names of Alesha Abram, Alesha Abrams and Alesha Hollingsworth. Abram has a history of prostitution in Texas and is known to stay in Birmingham-area motels, according to the release. The Homewood Police Department has two outstanding misdemeanor warrants for Abram on charges unrelated to the current investigation.

Amber Michelle Abram is a 30-year-old black female with brown eyes and black hair, 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 132 pounds. Other identifying marks are a tattoo on her abdomen and both shoulders. She is also known as Amber Abrams and Amber Hood.

Police believe the women are staying or traveling together but there is no description of their vehicle at this time. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Alicia Abram or Amber Abram is encouraged to contact Sgt. Doug Finch at 205-332-6237 or call the Homewood Police Department at 204-332-6200. You can also get in touch with them through the Homewood Police Department Facebook page.

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