VA - Jholie Moussa, 16, Fairfax County, 12 Jan 2018 *Arrest*

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"The last time I saw her was in my room, she was doing my hair," said Zhane Moussa, Jholie's twin sister. "She stopped to text someone. After she stops, she says, 'I have to go, I'll be back real quick.'"

Jholie walked out the front door and never came back.

Because both girls had told their parents that there were spending the night at friends' houses, nobody grew concerned until Saturday when Jholie still did not come home.

The girls' father Cyrille Moussa said they've tried to trace Jholie's iPhone, but it went dead and she has not turned it back on, which makes them very concerned.

Another alarming piece of information is who may have called Jholie at 5 p.m. Friday. She left their home at 4:45. The 5 p.m. call came from a 12-year-old boy's cell phone, according to Cyrille Moussa who said he talked to the boy. That boy said the father that another man asked to use his phone to make a call.

Fairfax County Police call the case a missing person, believed to be a runaway, since she left the house voluntarily. But Jholie's family is worried she's being held against her will.

Fairfax County Police say they are actively working the case and trying to find Jholie.

More at link:
http://www.wusa9.com/mobile/article...-for-safe-return-of-missing-teen/65-508219336

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"The last time I saw her was in my room, she was doing my hair," said Zhane Moussa, Jholie's twin sister. "She stopped to text someone. After she stops, she says, 'I have to go, I'll be back real quick.'"

Jholie walked out the front door and never came back.

Because both girls had told their parents that there were spending the night at friends' houses, nobody grew concerned until Saturday when Jholie still did not come home.

The girls' father Cyrille Moussa said they've tried to trace Jholie's iPhone, but it went dead and she has not turned it back on, which makes them very concerned.

Another alarming piece of information is who may have called Jholie at 5 p.m. Friday. She left their home at 4:45. The 5 p.m. call came from a 12-year-old boy's cell phone, according to Cyrille Moussa who said he talked to the boy. That boy said the father that another man asked to use his phone to make a call.

Fairfax County Police call the case a missing person, believed to be a runaway, since she left the house voluntarily. But Jholie's family is worried she's being held against her will.

Fairfax County Police say they are actively working the case and trying to find Jholie.

More at link:
http://www.wusa9.com/mobile/article...-for-safe-return-of-missing-teen/65-508219336

https://twitter.com/PeggyTV/status/952936003475509249/photo/1



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A desperate family pleads for the safe return of their 16-year-old daughter and twin sister.

Jholie Moussa was last seen by a family member on Friday afternoon at their home in the Mt. Vernon area.

"We communicate all the time. So, the fact that I haven't heard anything from my child, that's not normal," cried Syreeta Steward, Jholie's mother.
Steward live in Texas and flown into town to help find her daughter. Jholie and her twin sister Zhane live with their father Cyrille Moussa.
Fairfax County family desperately searching for Jholie Moussa,16. May be in danger. She went to meet unidentified man on Friday, has not been seen since. Family says @fairfaxpolice won't help them. @wusa9 pic.twitter.com/vUF5rgcKqA

— Peggy Fox (@PeggyTV) January 15, 2018
Another alarming piece of information is who may have called Jholie at 5 p.m. on Friday. She left their home at 4:45. The 5 p.m. call came from the cell phone of a 12-year-old boy who lives nearbyby according to Cyrille Moussa who talked to the boy.

Cyrille Moussa said the boy told him that he was playing basketball in the neighborhood when another man asked to use his phone to make a call. The man was a dark-skinned black black man with short twist-curls in his hair.

"Why would this man do that? It seems to me, he wanted to make a call that could not be traced to him," said Cyrille Moussa.
Fairfax County Police call Jholie's disappearance a missing person case, but its classified as a "runaway," because she left the house voluntarily, and that's why police have not put out a missing person alert. But Jholie's family is worried she's being held against her will and could be in danger.
Fairfax County Police say they are actively working the case and trying to find Jholie.
http://www.wcnc.com/article/news/lo...for-safe-return-of-missing-teen/275-508406416
 

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A neighbor saw Jholie standing near Richmond Highway a few blocks from her home Friday evening as if she was waiting for a ride.

Another alarming piece of information is who may have called Jholie at 5 p.m. on Friday. She left their home at 4:45. The 5 p.m. call came from the cell phone of a 12-year-old boy who lives nearby according to Cyrille Moussa who talked to the boy.

Cyrille Moussa said the boy told him that he was playing basketball in the neighborhood when another man asked to use his phone to make a call. The man was a dark-skinned black man with short twist-curls in his hair.

"Why would this man do that? It seems to me, he wanted to make a call that could not be traced to him," said Cyrille Moussa.

http://www.wcnc.com/article/news/lo...for-safe-return-of-missing-teen/275-508406416

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No updates yet? Weird case is right!

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The FBI is joining in the investigation to locate a missing teenage girl from Fairfax County, police say.

Fairfax County police say they have looked into the tip that Moussa was in Norfolk, but it did not pan out.

According to police, detectives have spoken with around 20 people who have had recent contact with Moussa. However, police say many of those 20 people who are friends with Moussa have not been fully cooperating with investigators.

At this point in their investigation, police say they do not believe Moussa is in imminent danger.

Anyone with information about Moussa is asked to call police at 703-691-2131, the FBI Washington Field Office at 202-278-2000 or at*https://tips.fbi.gov.

http://www.fox5dc.com/news/local-ne...ion-to-find-missing-16-year-old-jholie-moussa

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Investigators were contacted on Saturday, and they have been to the home and spoken with the family numerous times. Police do not believe she is in any danger, and Moussa is listed as a runaway juvenile.

Zhane Moussa, her twin sister, said when the two of them arrived at home after school on Friday, her sister appeared distracted.

At one point, Jholie Moussa told her sister she was stepping outside for a moment. When she failed to return, a concerned text from her prompted an odd response from Zhane Moussa.

“She said she was going to a party in Norfolk,” Zhane Moussa said. “And I’m, like, isn’t that more than 3 hours away?”
Jholie Moussa’s mother said she missed a call from her daughter later that evening but hasn’t heard from her since.
http://wavy.com/2018/01/17/missing-teen-from-fairfax-county-may-have-been-headed-to-norfolk/
 

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This is weird, Dad has a bad facial injury, <snip>


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I couldn't tell if that was an injury or a birthmark of some sort from that brief news clip. Do you have a news source where he said the other info? (Snipping the rest of your post because if it is only on social media we can't discuss here). TIA.
 

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I had not watched the news videos yet for this case. In the video at this link at around the halfway point it shows surveillance video they have of her leaving the house at 4:45.: http://www.wcnc.com/article/news/lo...for-safe-return-of-missing-teen/275-508406416

She doesn't appear to be carrying a bag or anything when she leaves the house.
I feel so bad for the mom and sister. You can just feel their anguish in the video.

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Fairfax County Police call the case a missing person, believed to be a runaway, since she left the house voluntarily. But Jholie's family is worried she's being held against her will.

This just pisses me off. So what if she left voluntarily? That doesn't mean someone wasn't luring her out under false pretenses.
 
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