"I think that's an absolutely awesome idea because everyone gets receipts stores are required to give you a receipt so no matter what, everyone puts a receipt in their hand and see that little girl's face," said Nicole Warwick. "There might be a better chance of finding her. I think that's an absolutely amazing idea."
Warwick is one of many who thinks all gas stations should have this feature. Some gas pumps have a screen that shows pictures and information on a missing child. You can even print out a receipt that also includes pictures and details.
"I think they should have that at gas stations because so many people are influxing throughout the gas stations so they can see that, and it's a good spot to have it," said Damon Cameron.
Officials said it's important to not only look at the picture of a missing child, but also to read all the information. People that Channel 4 talked with agree.
"The face you can see what they look like but you don't see their height. Someone could be older and look like the girl but it's not her, she's 5 years older or something, so I think it's important to see the height and the weight and all that."
A lot of people said they visit gas stations more often than grocery stores or shopping centers, which is just another reason they think more gas stations should have the unique feature of not only seeing an Amber Alert on a screen, but also being able to print this out and keep it with you at all times.
Police say Onnika is at 3 feet 10 inches tall and weights 53 pounds. She was last seen wearing blue jeans and a pink jacket with white polka dots on the inside collar.
Chatman is a black woman, 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 200 pounds. She was last seen wearing a red baseball hat, green jacket and blue jeans.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office, at 904-630-0500 or Crime Stoppers, at 877-845-8477.