Mississippi police searching for missing man say they’re also seeking a husband and wife connected with the disappearance

A 28-year-old Black man is missing in southern Mississippi, and police are searching for a white couple in connection with his disappearance.

Willie Ray Q. Jones, 28, was last seen on July 6 wearing a black shirt and gray and white shorts. He is described as 5 feet 7 inches tall, 216 pounds with black hair and brown eyes, the Picayune Police Department said.

On Sunday afternoon, department announced they were looking for Dustin and Erica Gray. Dustin Gray is 5 feet 9 inches and about 150 pounds and Erica is 5 feet two inches, 118 pounds.

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Both have outstanding warrants for possession of a stolen firearm, police said.

Erica and Dustin Gray/Picayune Police Department

Police told WLOX that multiple search warrants have been executed in the search for Jones and that evidence collected has been sent away for testing.

“While the phone records and social media accounts of the victim and any and all persons of interest have been requested, we have and will continue to investigate this case fully and follow every possible lead,” said Assistant Chief of Police Dustin Moller. “The family deserves answers and we are working to provide them.”

Police asked that anyone with information contact the department at 601-798-7411.

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[Featured image: Willie Ray Jones/Picayune Police Department]