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Tori Moses May Have Been Traveling When She Disappeared In 2020
*UPDATE* 10/18/2021 According to the Arapahoe Sheriff Department, Tori Moses is currently incarcerated at the Arapahoe County Jail and is scheduled to return to court on October 21, 2021.
It’s been months since Tori Moses has had any contact with her loved ones, and investigators are hoping to learn what happened to the 27-year-old. It was on November 4, 2020, when Tori was last seen in the vicinity of Medgar Evers Boulevard in Jackson, Mississippi. She communicated that she may have been making plans to stay with friends, however, she didn’t specify who they may have been. A bus ticket to Denver, Colorado was purchased in Tori’s name, but it’s unclear if she actually boarded.
According to Tori’s sister, a report stating that their mother received a phone call regarding Tori’s phone being found on a bus in Denver isn’t true. She has kept the public updated with any movement on the missing person case on her Facebook page, mentioning that she has been continuously handing out flyers.
Also, the Denver Police Department and the Jackson Police Department have reportedly been in contact, and stories regarding Tori’s case have been featured on their local news stations. Her agency case number is 2020-167773.
At the time of her disappearance, Tori Moses was 5 feet 2 inches tall and 130 pounds. She has brown hair (was styled in braids) and brown eyes. Tori was last seen wearing grey sweatpants and it is noted that she didn’t have a coat. She also reportedly has a tattoo on her left shoulder of praying hands with the words “RIP Areat T Moses.” According to police, she suffers from a condition that may impair her judgment. Her middle name is “Alexandria.”
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Jackson Police Department at 601-960-2328 or 601-213-6154, Crime Stoppers at 601-355-TIPS(8477), or their local authorities
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