Jackson County Deputies Searching for Missing Teenager

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Jackson County deputies are searching for a 15-year-old girl who may be missing with a man in his 30s. 

Deputies said 15-year-old Julia Weeks was last seen by a family member at approximately 1 a.m. Saturday, wearing a hunter green shirt and gray sweatpants. Weeks is believed to have voluntarily left the home.

An individual matching Weeks description was seen at a gas station in Marianna around 6:40 AM, in the company of a white man between 35-40 years old with dark brown hair and a beard, deputies wrote in a news release. The two departed walking east on Lafayette Street. Weeks has recently been in contact with an unknown man and may be traveling to Dothan, AL or Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and also has contact with individuals in the Panama City area.

Weeks is described as 5’04” approximately 140 pounds, medium build with dark brown hair and brown eyes, deputies wrote. Weeks has black roses tattooed on her right thigh and beauty mark above her right upper lip.  

Anyone with information about Julia Weeks or her whereabouts is asked to contact your local law enforcement, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office or Chipola Crimestoppers at 850-526-5000.
 

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