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Trucker’s daughter vanishes under mysterious circumstances from Georgia Flying J


A Georgia trucker is pleading for help from the trucking community in locating his daughter, who has been missing for more than a month.

Eric Roberts, owner of Dalton, Georgia-based Eric Roberts Trucking, is now offering $3000 — no questions asked — for information leading to his daughter, 20 year old Keeslyn Noell Roberts.

Keeslyn was last seen on January 18, 2020 at the Flying J truck stop in Resaca, Georgia.

Keeslyn’s white Toyota Corolla with belongings inside was found at the truck stop by her family on January 20.

On February 6, the Gordon County Sheriff’s Office issued a press release stating that they had responded to a 911 call about a suspicious female, presumably Keeslyn, at the Flying J on January 18. Keeslyn had reportedly entered an employees-only kitchen area and entered into an altercation with an employee. She fled before officers arrived, but police found a bag containing Keeslyn’s identification, cash, debit card, and phone charger on scene.

Keeslyn is described as 5’6″, 125 pounds with blond hair and blue eyes. She has a sea turtle tattoo on her right arm and gauged ear piercings.

There is an active probation violation warrant out of Whitfield County for Keeslyn that was issued on January 17, 2020.

The Gordon County Sheriff’s Office says that “there is no evidence at this time of any connection between Ms. Roberts, and Caleb Nathaniel Smith, age 21, who was reported missing at “Flying ‘J’ “ on January 16 and whose body was found near Sugar Valley on February 2 (2020). There is no evidence that these people are/were acquainted, or that these cases are connected. The investigations into these matters are ongoing, and any new pertinent information will be released to the public in a timely fashion.”

Anyone who has information on Keeslyn is asked to call the Murray County, Detective Eric White at 706-695-4592, the Gordon County Sheriff’s Department at 706-629-1244, or 911.


Posted by Eric Roberts Trucking Roberts on Sunday, February 23, 2020


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