Dalton Roney missing from House Springs, Missouri

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Dalton Roney
Dalton Roney

Missing Person Missouri Dalton Roney

Dalton Roney, 25, was last seen on February 1, 2018 in House Springs, Missouri in Jefferson County.  He was wearing a blue hoodie.

Dalton has brown hair and brown eyes, 5’6″ tall and 180 pounds.

Anyone with information should contact 911 or Jefferson County police at 636-262-5845.

Dalton Roney

“This is a plea to Dalton Roney friends from his mother, please you know anything please the littlest thing, something said somewhere to look someone to call please contact the police if you don’t want to contact police please contact me I have lost one son less then a a year ago can’t loose him please anything that might help thank you Dalton is still missing please if any of you know anything please let someone know Dalton needs to be found thank you”

Dalton Roney
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