Home » Monica Denise Jackson Disappeared From Savannah, Georgia in 2014
It took a year for Monica Denise Jackson to be reported missing. The last time anyone saw the 48-year-old woman was on February 23, 2014, in Savannah, Georgia. The genteel town is known for its history, landmarks, architecture, and haunted locations, but for years residents have speculated as to what happened to Monica.
Not much information has been made publicly available regarding her case, but it’s been reported that she was known to regularly visit certain areas of Savannah including the 600 block of West 39th Street, the 200 block of West 32nd Street, and Barnard Street in Savannah. She also lived around West 34th Street and Jefferson Street in Savannah and frequented the 100 block of Oglesby Avenue in Garden City, Georgia.
Last year, the Savannah Police Department asked the public for help in gathering information for missing cases in the city, including Monica’s. “Both of these cases have gone cold, but we believe that there is someone in this area who knows something about these disappearances,” said Sgt. Tiffany Manuel. “We urge anyone with any information to reach out to us. We hope that someone can provide details that will bring answers to their grieving families.”
At the time of her disappearance, Monica was described as being 5 feet 4 inches tall and 150 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. She went by the nickname “Strawberry.” Monica has four ear piercings on her left ear, a gap between her front teeth, and a scar on her face. Monica would be 51-years-old at the time of this publication.
Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to contact the Special Victims Unit at (912) 651-6742, Savannah Police Department Tip Line at (912) 525-3124, or CrimeStoppers at (912) 234-2020. Tipsters remain anonymous and may qualify for a reward.
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