Jaisle Elizabeth Thomas
Missing since April 12, 1998 from Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia
Classification: Endangered Missing
Circumstances of Disappearance
Thomas was last seen in Richmond, Virginia on April 12, 1998. Witnesses observed her walking away from her vehicle.
She planned to drive to the University Of Richmond and visit the school's library on the day of her disappearance, to do some research for school.
Her vehicle was discovered abandoned on the Willey Bridge between Henrico County and Richmond at 15:20 that day. Thomas's keys were missing, but the remainder of her personal belongings, including her wallet and driver's license, some cash, her work uniform, her paycheck, a camera, her Bible, and her sneakers were inside the car.
She was a good student and had a part-time job at Ukropís grocery store; she was supposed to report to work on the evening of the day she vanished but did not. That Sunday she was supposed to give an announcement at her church. Thomas's family was planning a trip to New York for the Easter Weekend following her disappearance and she was supposed to go along. She is described as an intelligent, well-behaved and religious person.
Thomas was born in Brooklyn, New York. She was an eleventh-grade student at Tucker High School in Richmond at the time of her disappearance.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Henrico County Police Department
Detective Tim Morris
Agency Case Number: 98-0412012
NCMEC Number: NCMC846511
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