Jennifer Hollis: UH student missing from Houston FOUND

JenniferHollis1UPDATE:  Jennifer has been found deceased.  On the Find Jennifer Facebook page is the following post: “Our Beautiful angel Jennifer was found today, unfortunately she was not alive. We cannot thank you all enough for the heartfelt prayers and all the donations made to help us, it’s meant so much during this unimaginable time. Please keep us in your prayers. We are asking for privacy in this time of grief. Our love to you all.”

Original Post: Jennifer Hollis, 24, a University of Houston student, was last seen leaving her job near Bissonnet and Kirby in Houston, Texas found 5 p.m., Thursday, May 12, 2016.

Posted on Jennifer’s Facebook page:  “Scott and I did finally meet with our case officer. He indicated that they have in fact started reviewing and assessing BOLO data to see if any pings have come in on Jennifer’s vehicle.”

She was driving a silver 2004 Toyota RAV4 with Texas plates DGG-5165.

Hollis has a distinguishing mole on the right of her left eyebrow.

If you have any information about her whereabouts or see her vehicle please call the Houston Police Dept. at 713-731-5523 or Texas Equusearch at (281) 309-9500.

Jennifer Hollis missing Facebook page.

The GoFundMe page is asking for contributions and states that Jennifer has a chronic condition called Lyme disease and the family is putting up flyers themselves as suggested by the case officer.

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