Person of interest named in missing Carroll County mother search - WSLS 10 NBC in Roanoke/Lynchburg Va

Person of interest named in missing Carroll County mother search

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Matthew Steven Jones; Courtesy: Carroll County Sheriff's Office Matthew Steven Jones; Courtesy: Carroll County Sheriff's Office
Desia Rae George, missing Desia Rae George, missing
CARROLL COUNTY -

The Carroll County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday, named a person of interest in the search for a missing Fries mother.

Sheriff J.B. Gardner says Matthew Jones was cooperating with investigators in the case, until last week.  Jones is the last known person to have seen Desia Rae George.

George was last seen at her home in the Fries area on April 15th.

Family members of George tell our NBC affiliate WXII in Greensboro, N.C. that she and Jones were boyfriend and girlfriend.

Also on Tuesday, George's sister announced a $5,000 reward for information that helps find her.

 

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