Jordan Green missing from San Antonio

Jordan Green
JORDAN GREEN

Missing Person Texas Jordan Green

Jordan Green, 23, has been missing from San Antonio, Texas since  Nov. 6, 2015.  Jordan was working at the Over Bar Grill on 7905 Bandera Rd. when he was last seen at 8:45 p.m.   He was walking home from his job at the Over Bar and Grill Restaurant just before 9pm.

“He would walk to work, he would walk home, and he would go under Bandera’s bridge,” said Jennifer Green, the missing man’s mother.

He’d been off work for about 15 minutes when he spoke to his aunt on the phone. He then spoke to his mom about thirty minutes later.

Green told News 4 her son moved to San Antonio from Fort Worth back in July. He’d been working at the restaurant and saving money. Green says her son planned to return back home later this month.

 

If you have any information about Jordan Green, please call SAPD at 210-207-7662 or the Heidi Search Center at 210-650-0428 or 1-800-547-4435. Any information that leads to Jordan Green or anyone responsible for his disappearance could be worth $2500.

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