Home » Shanyea Rolle, 27: Allegedly Last Seen At Houston Gas Station
A concerned family has repeatedly taken to social media to help find Shanyea Rolle. It has been close to impossible to find a news report regarding her missing person case, but what is known is that Shanyea hasn’t had contact with her loved ones since December 29, 2020. The 27-year-old mother of a young son hasn’t received news coverage, but I’ve compiled the information I could find.
According to a report on a Facebook page, Shanyea’s sister reached out for help. The sister stated that Shanyea was allegedly dropped off at a gas station and was reportedly last seen getting into a black sedan with a man and a woman. However, the sister reportedly added that this information hasn’t been verified, as far as she knows.
Shanyea Rolle is close with her eight-year-old son, and her family reportedly stated that it is highly irregular that she hasn’t called in to check on him. It is said that the missing woman’s relatives have also been given the runaround by authorities and new stations who refuse to share coverage of Shanyea’s missing person case. Shanyea’s social media pages show that she has a loving, close-knit family who cares for her and has been worried senseless since she disappeared.
At the time of her disappearance, Shanyea Rolle was 5 feet 5 inches to 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighed 135 to 145 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair and brown eyes. Shanyea has a small scar above her nose and several tattoos: on her right arm, she has a middle finger with the words “F*ck the World” and across her back she has the word “Johntavious.” She was last seen wearing a navy blue sleeveless crop top, a dark blue jean jacket, khaki pants, and caramel-colored knee-high boots. Her middle name is “Shaquell.”
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office at (281) 341-4665 or their local authorities. Her agency case number is 21-1048.
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