Missing man Reny Jose’s family seeks attorney general’s help

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PANAMA CITY BEACH — The family of a missing spring breaker is reaching out to the U.S. Attorney General’s office to get involved in the investigation.

Parents of Reny Jose, a Rice University student who was reported missing March 3 while in Panama City Beach for Spring Break, have received assistance from the Bay County community in form of search crews and a $15,000 reward for information as to his whereabouts to no avail. Now they are asking for the community’s support in a petition to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder asking for federal involvement in the case.

“To-date as we are approaching June in our search for Reny, we are pleading assistance from your office to seek help from federal agencies (FBI, US Coast Guard, DOJ) to search for Reny’s whereabouts …,” parents Sherly and Jose George wrote in the petition. “We look forward to your support during our time of difficulty.”

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Missing teen Reny Jose’s family searches for answers | News – Home

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HOUSTON – The father of a Rice University student who went missing on a spring break trip in Panama City, Fla., said university students know more information than they are telling him about his son’s disappearance.

“I felt there was some kind of foul play that happened here,” Jose George told Local 2

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Missing Spring Breaker Reny Jose Sought – Panama City Beach, FL

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PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. The Bay County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing Spring Break visitor and is asking for the help of the public to locate him. Reny Jose, a twenty-one year old student of Rice University, has not been seen since yesterday, March 3, 2014, at 7 PM. Jose has been on Panama City Beach with friends since Saturday, March 1, 2014.

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