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Jennifer Marshell White missing from Moulton, Alabama FOUND

Missing Person Alabama Jennifer Marshell White

May 6, 2018 – The Winston County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page said Moore’s body was found by a search party about a quarter-mile from Alabama 33 near the Winston/Lawrence County line in the Bankhead National Forest.

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The Moulton Police Department released a statement concerning a BOLO for Jennifer Marshell White missing from Moulton, Alabama. Jennifer was last seen at her home on Sunday, April 8, 2018.  Jennifer is the wife of Moulton City Councilman Brent White.

“Be On Lookout. Missing Person***

Based on a report filed by family members, Jennifer Marshell White was last seen at residence in Moulton on 04/08/18  (Sunday) at around 1:30 PM. She was in a Black 2007 Tahoe with a pink ‘Salt Life’ sticker on the back window.

We are looking for any information that might lead to her whereabouts or her direction of travel. If anyone spotted her after that time, have heard from her or have any other information regarding Jennifer, please call the police department at 256-974-3961.”

Jennifer White
Jennifer Marshell White

The last ping from her cellphone was Monday morning came from Winston County. The black Tahoe has the license plate number of #42AT756.

If anyone spotted her after the time of her disappearance or heard from her or has any other information regarding White, police ask that they let them know via private Facebook message or call the Moulton Police Department at (256)-974-3961.

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