A heartbroken father who turned to the internet in a desperate bid to locate his daughter has finally be reunited with her after nearly 40 years.
Jerry Miller had a baby girl with Kathy Kabich in the US state of Georgia in December of 1978 but had to put the child up for adoption after suffering a brain aneurysm, which he wasn’t expected to survive from, Fox 19 reports.
But Mr Miller did survive – and he tried to regain custody, but was unable to. He claims the adoption records were sealed.
In a Facebook post, which was shared by thousands, Mr Miller appealed for help in finding her.
“Looking for my daughter,” a sign he’s holding in a photo reads.
“I have never stopped looking! I want you to know you were never forgotten.”
Mr Miller described the moment she was taken away as a “nightmare nobody wants to see or be in”.
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He’s since remarried and has three kids, but said his life isn’t complete without meeting his missing daughter.
"I'm very blessed with what I have, children, two girls and a son. Nine grandkids, one great, but there's still a piece of me missing," he said.
According to Fox 19, the post worked and Mr Miller has since been reunited with his daughter.