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Reny Jose is still missing from Panama City, Florida since 2014

Reny Jose, a 22-year-oldRice University student, was reported missing on March 13, 2014 while on spring break in Panama City, Florida. Several days after Jose was reported missing, police located his clothes and cellphone in a trash can behind the house where he was staying with friends. In March, one year after Reny's disappearance, family members held a vigil in Panama City Beach to raise awareness about Reny's case. "It's been about a year, so everybody will forget. So that's why we want to put his face out there, so they can recognize he's been missing," Reny's mother, Sherly Jose told NBC affiliate WJHG. According to investigators, the case is still active. "It's definitely open, because we have not found him nor have we found a body," said Bay County Sheriff's Public Information Officer Ruth Corley. Anyone with information about this case is encouraged to call the Bay County Sheriff's Office at (850) 747-4700.

Reny Jose is still missing from Panama City, Florida since 2014
Kimster, Dec 9, 2015