Hannah Graham (left) has been missing since last weekend. She was last seen with Jesse Matthew (right), who is considered a 'person of interest' in the case by Charlottesville Police.
A wanted poster was issued today for a nursing assistant described as a 'person of interest' in the case of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham. Detectives were also seen on Monday returning to search the apartment of Jesse 'LJ' Matthew in Charlottesville, a man they believe is the last person seen with the 18-year-old. The 32-year-old is wanted on two counts of reckless driving for speeding away from the police station on Sunday. He hasn't been charged in the student's disappearance.
Sketch of black male suspect in VT Student Morgan Harrington Rape and Murder B/W photo above (on left), Jesse Matthew Black Male seen with missing Univ VA Student Hannah Graham (on right). Police: Witness Saw Black Male With Missing Univ VA Student Hannah Graham Possible Link to Same Black Male Suspect in VT Student Morgan Harrington Rape and Murder Charlottesville VA.
WTVR.com CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Charlottesville Police continue to examine new surveillance video in the case of missing 18-year-old Hannah Graham. Police have been searching for the second year University of Virginia student since Sunday, but she was last seen by friends Friday night, and last heard from around 1:20 a.m. Saturday when she sent a text, police said. Now the most recent video shows her last seen at 1:08 a.m., and they continue to search for more footage. The witness told police that he saw a black man approach Hannah, and that man put his arm around her.
FBI SEEKING INFORMATION: On Black Male Rapist and Murder Suspect, Possible Serial Killer. Black Male Suspect in VT Student Morgan Harrington Rape and Murder Charlottesville VA. The FBI is seeking information about a suspect in two known violent sexual attacks that led to one girl’s murder, Morgan Harrington, in Charlottesville, VA. The two ‘known’ attacks occurred with a 4 year gap in between, 2005 to 2009 (was this guy in jail?). The FBI has DNA from both attacks but obviously no known match in available databases, there is a composite sketch that the survivor of the 2005 attack has provided to the FBI, see above. A $150,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to a conviction and arrest. People with information are asked to call (434) 352-3467 with any tips.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com