Kerry Jones – Feb 7, 2016 – Jacksonville, FL

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Missing: Kerry Jones
Date Missing:February 07, 2016
Date Reported: February 9, 2015
Missing from: Jacksonville, FL
Medical: Legally Deaf w hearing aids
Age at time Missing: 46 years old
Height: 5’0″
Weight: 120 lbs
Hair: Brown (light)
Eyes: Brown

Police Agency: If info, or seen, please call the Jacksonville Police at (904) 630-0500, or your local police.
Case # 16-87282
Anonymous tips: at 1-866-845-TIPS

Kerry Jones, 46, was last heard from on Feb. 7, 2016. Her live-in boyfriend, of 5. months, reported her missing to police in Jacksonville, Florida, two days later, on Feb. 9th. Kerry is legally deaf, and is originally from Pell City, Alabama. She moved to Jacksonville in October, after she met Nick Kelly, her boyfriend, on a dating website. (Police released name of boyfriend) The mother of two adult sons would never have walked away without letting family and friends aware. Deputies found her vehicle parked outside Bealls Department Store, where she works as a cashier. The store manager told police she was uncertain how long the vehicle had been there. Store surveillance video obtained by police shows Kerry Jones leaving work in the car on Feb. 7. There’s no footage showing her vehicle returning to the store, however, it does show a bicyclist in the area and they are unsure if it is related to her case; as yet. Police are asking any businesses or residents that have video surveillance near the 12300 block of Mandarin Road or the 12200 block of San Jose Blvd to review their video between the days of Feb. 6 and Feb. 16 for images of Kelly or her boyfriend.

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