Search Continues For Missing Lubbock Woman One Year After Disappearance - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/13/05

Search Continues For Missing Lubbock Woman One Year After Disappearance

One year ago, Lubbock resident Jennifer Wilkerson went missing. Authorities say they are waiting for the right person to come forward with new information. They continue following leads but Lubbock Sheriff's Deputies don't have much more information.

On July 13th of 2004, Jennifer left a friends house to get ready for work, and never showed up. Jennifer's car was parked at her house and her car keys were inside the locked house, but Jennifer and her purse were gone. Authorities talked to people close to Jennifer and continue to stay in touch with her family in Hobbs, but they still don't know what happened that day.

"We follow up on every piece of information that we get. You know one of these pieces is eventually going to lead us to Jennifer or to someone who is going to help us locate Jennifer. There are some people that we are interested in talking to, and we just need to locate those people see what information they can give us." said Lt. Cody Scott with the Lubbock Sheriff's Department.

Jennifer was 26 when she went missing. She stands about 5-feet 5-inches tall with a small build. She has brown hair and blue eyes. If you have any information, call the Lubbock Sheriff's Department at 775-1601, you can remain anonymous.

As for Jennifer's family, Lt. Scott says they are still hopeful to find Jennifer and are coping as best they can.

Links to Joanna Rogers/Jennifer Lynn Wilkerson Websites
Get the latest news and information on the search for both Joanna Kathryn Rogers and Jennifer Lynn Wilkerson.

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