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Jordan Antoinette Kuykendall Disappeared After Visiting A Friend In 2017
Loved ones of Jordan Antoinette Kuykendall are still searching for answers regarding her disappearance. The 30-year-old was last seen as she was leaving her friend’s home in Memphis, Tennessee. According to reports, Jordan got into a dark-colored SUV with tinted windows and no one has seen or heard from Jordan since that day: August 21, 2017.
There’s little information about this case made available to the public, but I did manage to collect details about Jordan’s appearance. Reports state that Jordan Antoinette Kuykendall has black or dark brown “collar length” hair, brown eyes, and her ears are pierced. She has a number of tattoos: “Chris” is on the bottom of her left leg, her first name “Jordan” is inked on her lower back; on her right shoulder, there’s a tiger on her right thigh, and she has an image of a purple rose with a stem. She reportedly likes to wear her hair in a bun.
Jordan was last seen wearing a pink top with blue jeans that had holes in the sides. She stands 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. Jordan would be 32-years-old at the time of this publication.
For updated information about this case, please visit the Find Jordan Kuykendall Facebook Page by clicking here.
Anyone with information regarding the missing person case of Jordan Antoinette Kuykendall is urged to contact the Memphis Police Department at 901-636-4450 or your local authorities. She is our sister and her life matters.
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