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Tracking Bain family through Facebook

(WMC-TV)  Adam Mayes holds a Facebook account under his alias "Paco Rodrigass".  The majority of his Facebook photos, including his profile picture, show him with Jodie Bain's daughters.  

Mayes who has been described by investigators as a family friend is now wanted for kidnapping of 14-year-old Adrienne, 12-year-old Alexandria, and 8-year-old Kyliyah Bain.

Jodie Bain's Facebook page is filled with pictures of her daughters: a smiling Kyliyah, the girls horseback riding in Tennessee, a winter photo with a snowman and the family dog.

But in April, Bain changed her hometown status on Facebook from her hometown of Whiteville to her new home city of Tucson, Arizona.  There are even pictures of Alex and Adrienne on picture day at their new school in Tucson.

The girls and their mother were back in Tennessee when they disappeared on Friday April 27th.  Their connection to Adam Mayes is not clear.  But Facebook suggests he was very close to the three young girls who have been missing for more than a week now.

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