Jasmine Moody, Texas Woman’s University student missing from Detroit since 2014

Jasmine Moody, 19, went missing in Detroit in December 4, 2014. 

Moody was a student at Texas Woman’s University and was visiting her girlfriend on the 3000 block of Baldwin when she went missing.

Brittany Gurley stated she left the house for a walk to grab a cigarette.  When she returned Jasmine was not there, reported Click on Detroit News.

“I thought she went for a walk. I went for a walk to grab a cigarette and came back, but Jasmine didn’t,” said Brittany Gurley.

 WXYZ reported that Moody got into an argument with her friend and left the house on foot without any of her belongings.

“I just want to know what happened to my daughter,” Lisa Nichols, Moody’s mother said.  Moody was to spend Christmas with her.

Today a search party came together to search for Jasmine along the neighborhood where she was last seen. 

“If I had to guess, i think someone on this block in this neighborhood, could solve the crime,” PI Scott Lewis told Click on Detroit news. 

Hurley stated that she searched herself for Jasmine and “came up with literally nothing.”  Moody and Hurley had been dated for two years. 

Moody was wearing a white hoodie with the University of Texas written on the front, brown boots and blue jeans.  She also has a flower tattoo on her stomach and a tongue and nose piercing. 

If you have any information about her disappearance call 1-800-SPEAK-UP or leave an anonymous tip here

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