Sandusky teen missing since Feb. 4, father says

SANDUSKY Police are looking for a local teenage girl who has been missing for at least a month. Shannon Nicole Jackso
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

SANDUSKY

Police are looking for a local teenage girl who has been missing for at least a month.

Shannon Nicole Jackson, 17, 700 block of Curran St., has been missing since at least Feb. 4, said her father Kenneth Jackson. Shannon was last seen at home with her mother, Sonja Keels, on Curran Street. According to the police report filed Feb. 4, Shannon had missed 30 days of school and could possibly have on a white or black puffy coat. She is 5-feet, 7-inches tall and weighs about 120 pounds. Jackson and Keels have not heard from their daughter. Sandusky police Lt. Robert VanScoy said police have run out of leads in the case.

“We’re at a loss ourselves,” he said.

Jackson said he believes his daughter could be staying at her boyfriend’s house or with people she worked with at Castaway Bay. “Shannon, we want you to turn yourself in and we want you to be safe,” her father said. “Come to your dad’s house and we’ll handle this matter from here.”

For tips or leads to the whereabouts of Shannon Jackson, call the Sandusky Police Department at 419-627-5863.