ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (WFLA) – The St. Petersburg Police Department needs your help locating a missing mother and daughter.
According to police, Angela and Alexis Jolley were last seen at 11:30 PM, on July 22 at their home in St. Petersburg.
Family members say it is highly unusual for them to disappear without letting anyone know. Police say Alexis did not show up to work and their phones were found at their residence.
Police believe the two women could be in Angela’s black 2018 Toyota Camry.
News Channel 8’s Justin Schecker spoke to Alexis’ sister, Desiree Cook, who said she was actually supposed to visit this weekend in Pinellas County. Now, Desiree says she is eager for answers in their disappearance.
“It’s not like her to just leave, for Alexis to just leave and not say anything to anyone,” she said. “She would normally say something if she was going on a trip and post pictures on her Instagram and she was always excited about going places especially with her mom.”
Desiree told News Channel 8 Alexis’ dogs are also missing too. She just hopes someone will speak up about the missing mom and daughter’s whereabouts to help bring them home.
“For it to be going on the third day, someone just needs to say something anything,” she said. “If you saw the car, if you saw the dogs.”
A Facebook page was set up with pictures of Angela and Alexis, as well as the two dogs, in hopes someone will recognize them or to post any updates on the search for them.
If you know their whereabouts, please call the St. Petersburg Police Department at 727-893-7780.
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