Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
Wilkerson, a South Plains College student, was last seen Tuesday morning, July 13, in the 2400 block of 118th Street. Her small tan shoulder strap purse is missing. Keys to her car and home, money and all other personal possessions were left behind.
Her father, Jack Wilkerson of Hobbs, NM reported her missing Wednesday afternoon, after he failed to locate her. Her roommates was contacted, but said they had not seen or heard from her. and thought Jennifer was with her boyfriend.Authorities are investigating Jennifer Wilkerson's case as an abduction, but have yet to disclose if there's any physical evidence surrounding her disappearance. The day before Jennifer's disappearance there was a small low-rider black pick up truck parked in her neighborhood. The vehicle is believed to have decals on the rear window and might have license plates from outside the state of Texas. Also the truck could be equipped with hydraulics and wheels with a smooth center cap.
There were rumors at one point that Jenniferís body might be in a lake but that has never been proven. Investigators in her case said it is still classified as a missing person case and not a homicide.
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Lubbock County Sheriff's Dept
Sgt. Greg Parrott
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Texas Department of Public Safety
Texas EquuSearch Mounted Search and Recovery Team
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