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Jerrica Jordan

Jerrica Jordan

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — A search is underway for a former soldier who was supposed to arrive home in Fayetteville Sunday morning — but never did, according to WTVD.

Jerrica Jordan got out of the military this past summer and lived for a time with friends in Hartford, Conn.

Last Saturday night, she called her parents telling them she was on the way home. Her family says she always calls to let them know where she is.

That’s why the family is worried something serious may have happened to Jordan.

Kristina Jordan said the last contact with her step-daughter was Sunday afternoon when Jordan called to say she was back on the road after stopping to buy gas and food at a store near the Interstate 95 and Interstate 895 near Baltimore.

The family has now filed a nationwide missing person’s report, and contacted law enforcement agencies along the Interstate.

Jordan is driving a 2011 navy blue Nissan Altima.

Source: WTVD