Alexandria Police Try to Fill In Gaps in Search for Missing Teen

Jasmine Block Photo: Center for Search & Investigation for Missing Children
Jasmine Block

August 15, 2017 05:26 PM

Alexandria police say they are looking to fill in the gaps of the two-day timeline leading up to the disappearance of 15-year-old Jasmine Block early on the morning of Aug. 9.

Specifically, police are trying to locate or identify a small group of people Block was with about 1 p.m. Aug. 7 near the Burger King and Super America at 3rd Avenue and Nokomis Street in Alexandria. 


Friends of Block's interviewed by police said they saw her with two teenagers and a man in his 30s that was balding or had closely-shaven hair, according to a news release from Police Chief Richard Wyffels. The four were reported to be riding bikes, and police believe that the people Block was with were from out of town. 

Block was reported missing Aug. 9. She was last seen at 10:30 the previous night at her home. Police describe her as a white female with a tan complexion, about 5 feet 1 inch tall, weighing 110 pounds and with curly brown hair. She was last seen wearing black and red pajama pants. 

RELATED: Police Seek Help in Finding Missing Alexandria Teen

Anyone with information is asked to call the Alexandria Police Department at 320-763-6631 or 911.


Michael Oakes

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