It’s been nearly a week since the Grenada Police Department began its search for 58-year-old Jacqueline D. Gardner of Tupelo and officials confirmed Wednesday that the case is on the forefront.
GPD officials said they are looking into all leads on Gardner’s whereabouts. She is reported to have left Tupelo on Thursday, May 27, en route to Grenada.
“The Grenada Police Department has been working on this from Day 1 to the present and we’re exhausting all the means necessary to locate Ms. Gardner,” GPD Chief George Douglas said.
According to a family member, Gardner was traveling in an unknown vehicle make and model with two unidentified males. Preliminary investigations revealed that there are some concerns that Gardner may be in danger. Her vehicle was located by GPD officers at the QuikStop at the corner of Fairfield Avenue and Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard on June 3. The vehicle had reportedly been in the location since May 29.
Gardner was supposedly traveling to Grenada to visit a male acquaintance and has not been seen or heard from by family members since.
If you have any information concerning the whereabouts of Jaqueline Gardner, please contact the Grenada Police Department at (662) 226-1211.