Urgent: Desperate search for missing Alexandria teen

The day before she went missing, the 15-year-old girl was seen with a man believed to be in his 30s

Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a Minnesota teen girl who hasn’t been seen in over a week.

Jasmine Block, 15, was last seen Tuesday night at around 10:30 at her home in Alexandria, reports WCCO.

Jasmine was reportedly wearing black and red pajama pants when she was last seen, but no further details about her clothing are available. She is about 5 feet tall, 110 lbs, with curly dark hair, brown eyes, and a tan complexion.

Alexandria police have reportedly interviewed several of her friends and family in order to piece together a timeline of her whereabouts and activity in the days leading up to her disappearance, but according to the VoiceofAlexandria.com, there are still gaps.

The Alexandria Police Department said in a press release that they are seeking more information about a group of people, including an adult male, Jasmine was reportedly seen with the day before she vanished.

“We are asking for the communities help in try to locate or identify a small group of people that she was with early in afternoon on bike/data trail on Monday August 7 around 1 PM in the area of the Burger King /Super America at 3rd Ave and Nokomis Street area. We have interviewed several friends or people that saw her with 2 other teenagers and a male in his 30’s that was reported to be balding or very closely shaven hair. They were all reported to be riding bikes and is believed that these people may have been from out of town. We are asking for help to identify who these people may have been that she was with for informational purposes and time line references.”

Anyone with information is urged to call 911 or Alexandria police at 320-763-6631.


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