MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis Police have been looking for a missing Memphis woman for more than a month, and her family is asking the community for help finding her.
33-year-old Jacqulin Vail was reported missing Nov. 12 after she was last seen leaving Superlo Foods at 2269 Lamar Avenue, and she has since not been found.
She is 5 foot 7 inches tall and weighs 140 pounds. She was last seen wearing a gray jogging suit with lettering on the front, and a gray and yellow hat, with a long burgundy wig.
Her family held a press conference Monday on Lamar Avenue, near the location where her car was last seen.
The family of the missing mother of three is offering a $5,000 reward for any information leading to her finding.
Police encourage anyone with additional information related to this disappearance to call CrimeStoppers at 901-528-2274 (CASH) with tips.
The family says she was last seen on Nov. 12 in the 2200 block of Lamar Ave.
“I had one of her daughters," Vail's sister, Towanda said. "We texted her and let her know we were back here and [asked] where to drop off, you know, her daughters, but she never answered the text.”
On Nov. 14, according to a police report, officers responded to reports of a missing person. Vail’s sister Towanda says one of her daughters tracked their mother’s phone to an abandoned lot on Lamar Ave.
Once officer's arrived on the scene, they said they spoke with a security guard who said he was doing “routine patrol” of the area when he noticed a white impala with Tennessee tags.
“We looked in the car and like all of her belongings were in there," Williams said. "Her purse; her phones, her everything was in there, and that isn’t her."
On Nov. 15, one day after finding Vail's belongings in that white Impala, MPD issued a city watch alert.
“We’ve been out every day, every day looking for my sister,” Williams said. “If you know anything I am begging you, we are begging please come forward. Her daughters are missing her; her mom is missing her. They’re crying uncontrollably.”