Home » Mae Rocker, 48: Last Seen By Her Husband In 2003
Very little has been shared about Mae Rocker, but loved ones described the 48-year-old as a “free spirit.” The mother of six and grandmother to a beautiful brood of grandchildren was married 25 years in 2003, and all seemed well, according to reports. However, Mae would disappear on April 7 of the year, never to be seen or heard from again.
Investigative agencies have stated that Mae Rocker was last seen by her husband around 4:00 a.m. What she may have been doing or her last movements are unknown. The couple was at their home in Ocala, Florida, at the 1100 block of Northwest Martin Luther King Ave. Some have speculated that she may have traveled to South Dakota. However, why investigators have come to that conclusion is unknown; very few details have been publicly shared about her case.
At the time of her disappearance, Mae Rocker stood 5 feet tall and weighed 150 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair (shorter than collar length). Mae had a gap in between her two front upper teeth. A front tooth was chipped. She had several scars, including one on her right cheek, scars on her arms, and a burn scar on her left cheek. She had surgery after fracturing her right ankle. A rod was inserted in her right ankle and her lower right leg.
Additionally, Mae Rocker may go by her nickname Mae Kat or her middle name, spelled Katherine, Kathrine, or Katheryn. Mae also was known under these aliases: Mae Catherine Jacobs, Macatherine, Katherine Rodchester, Nique Jacobs, Monique Jacobs, Ellamae Catherine Rocker, Annette Rodchester, Nique Rodchester, and Monique Rodchester. She has also used several birthdates in years spanning from 1954 to 1959 in the months of March or May.
Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Ocala Police Department at (352) 369-7000 or their local authorities. The agency case number is 200300012296.
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