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Robeson Co. Sheriff spotlighting Jessica Michelle Lowery's disappearance

Jessica Michelle Lowery. (WPDE File)
Jessica Michelle Lowery. (WPDE File)
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The Robeson County cold case spotlight this week involves the disappearance of Jessica Michelle Lowery.

Lowery, 38, was last seen near Beam Road in Lumberton back on December 20, 2005.

Deputies said she has brown hair and eyes; her ears are pierced and she has a tattoo of a rose with two leaves on each side of the stem on her outer left ankle . She is five-feet-tall and weighed 135 pounds at the time of her disappearance.

Robeson County Sheriff Burnis Wilkins has formed a cold case and missing persons investigative team.

There are a number of cold cases and missing persons in the county.

Many residents said the cold case unit is long overdue.

Wilkins said the team will be headed up by seven retired investigators from Lumberton police, the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office and other North Carolina law enforcement agencies.

The officers will closely examine the cold and missing persons cases to develop new leads that may help the cases to be solved.

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Anyone with information about Lowery’s disappearance is asked to contact the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office at 910 671-3100.

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