Lubbock Police Find Remains, Say Still Actively Searching for Missing Woman

Published 05/29 2014 11:26PM

Updated 05/29 2014 11:50PM

By Monica Yantosh

LUBBOCK, TX -- Thursday, Lubbock Police say they found what they believe to be human remains in Northwest Lubbock County, and since the remains have not yet been identified, they are still searching for 62 year old Shelley Jordan.

"We believe that we have a 62 year old white female, Shelley Jordan, is missing and in danger," Sergeant Jason Lewis with the Lubbock Police Department said.

Thursday morning, Lubbock Police had a press conference to update on their search for Jordan, who they said was last seen Monday morning.

According to the police report in this case, LPD was first notified of something when Jordan's daughter called police after going into her mother's home and finding blood inside. That's what lead police to believe Jordan could be in danger. They spent much of Wednesday searching Jordan's South Lubbock home.

"As the investigation progresses we now believe she may be a subject of foul play, since we located blood inside the residence where she was last seen," Sergeant Lewis said.

Their investigation also lead them to a home on North Frankford that police said is associated with Jordan.

"We did get a search warrant last night for that house, so we searched it, and something has obviously lead investigators to ask the helicopter and dogs to, tracking dogs, to search this area," Sergeant Lewis said.

While searching in that area north of Clovis Road on North Frankford, police said they found what they believe to be human remains. Those remains have not yet been identified, so police said they are still actively looking for Jordan.

"We are still searching for her. We have not identified whether these even are human remains," Sergeant Lewis said. "The medical examiners office is present and they are checking into that right now."

Anyone with information on Jordan should call the Crimeline at 741-1000.

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