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Deputies release new video of missing Town 'N Country woman spotted in Tallahassee

TAMPA — Authorities reviewing surveillance video from a Tallahassee greyhound bus station say they caught a glimpse of Susan Jordan, the 57-year-old from Tampa who has been missing for more than three weeks.

Jordan bought a bus ticket under the name of Debbie Kelly, and took a Greyhound bus north, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office.

Her family last heard from her May 7. Deputies say she left her cell phone and purse in her North Tampa unit where she lived alone. They believe Jordan, who doesn't drive because of glaucoma, took a HART bus at 7:50 p.m. that day to the downtown Greyhound terminal.

In the Tallahassee station, she was seen wearing black pants and a white shirt, and carrying a black duffel bag and a green bag, deputies said. Jordan has brown hair and blue eyes, is 5-foot-7 and weighs 150 pounds.

Hillsborough deputies have notified authorities in Tallahassee, spokeswoman Debbie Carter said. Their search continues.

"We need to have a face to face meeting with her to confirm her welfare," Carter said. "We need to know she left on her own free will."

Go to links.tampabay.com to see new surveillance video of Jordan that has been released by the sheriff's office.

Deputies release new video of missing Town 'N Country woman spotted in Tallahassee 06/01/09 [Last modified: Monday, June 1, 2009 11:34pm]
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