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Missing Person Virginia TerriLynn St. John

March 1, 2018 –  Although there is no positive identification, a body has been found.  It was located on Barracks Mill Road in Pine Top, about two miles from where TerriLynn lived.  A person has been taken into custody in connection with her death.  Alvin B. Keyser, age 23, has been charged with first-degree murder and concealing a dead body. Keyser knew both St. John and the father of St. John’s two children, according to investigators. He took the police to TerriLynn’s body.

Alvin Keyser
Alvin Keyser

Original Story:

TerriLynn St. John, 23, is missing from Wake, Virginia.  She was home early Tuesday morning, February 27, 2017 getting ready to take her children to daycare.  She went out to her car and never came back.  The door of her home was found open.  TerriLynn’s children were found alone inside the house.  Later, Terrilynn’s cell phone was found in the bushes and a necklace was found broken on the ground.

The Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office is searching for her.

Terrilynn St. John

TerriLynn is  5’6’’ tall, 130 pounds, with blonde hair and blue eyes. She has multiple tattoos including R.J.M. on her right wrist, a princess crown on her left wrist, and a cross on her ring finger.

 

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