She didn't act like she noticed how the tension in the room had changed when Annika revealed that there were still missing wolfkin. They were having to individually track down fifty-five different people. Fifty-five. Nevermind the fact that Annika, herself, had just recently been allowed back in the pack and into pack business. She had been livid, herself, to find out that nothing had been done to find these children, and had tracked down as many as she could, personally.
"I can give you the names," Annika said, her voice a lot crisper than before at the judgment of two people who had an army of support who were ready to mobilize at the snap of their fingers. Annika would not make excuses and would not give these two the chance to tear apart anything she had to say. Instead, she just went right on with business.
"Shawn and Hunter Hastings, ages 15 and 17. Last known location was at their aunt's house on the city limits.
Jennifer Thatcher, age 17. Last known location was at her parent's house.
Christopher Vickers, age 15. Last known location, his grandmother's house.
Ben Quinton, age 16. Last known location, the bus station. He was last seen trying to buy a ticket. He has an older brother in Boston and we're in the process of getting confirmation that he went there.
Vanessa and Victor Smith, twins, age 16. Last known location, a group home for runaway teens. The home contacted us, but by the time we got there, they had already left. So far, we've managed to track them to the train station. They have family in California, and we're in the process of contacting them.
Zoe and Rashel Conners, ages 14 and 17. Last known location was the same home Vanessa and Victor were at. Home contacted us about them, but they also left when the other two did. No known family.
Amber Thagard, age 16. Last known location, her parent's house. She has two older brothers living in Alaska and an older sister in North Carolina. Again, we're in the process of contacting them."
She took a breath. "The ones Maylin has living with her are currently being placed with their own next-of-kin. We've gotten into contact with them and each one is coming out to receive them personally."