James E. Stellacie Missing – Help find Navy Veteran missing from Jacksonville

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James E. Stellacie Missing – Authorities seeks help in finding77 year-old man missing from Jacksonville.

James E. Stellacie, 77 year-old Navy veteran was reported missing by his family to the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. He was reportedly seen last in the morning of Wednesday 8th 2021.

According to reports, James was seen last in the area in his residence which is in the 2500 block of Cortez Road. He is reportedly driving his vehicle which is a 2011 electric blue Toyota Scion with registration plate Florida DV9881D.

Has James E. Stellacie been found?

At the time of this report, the police hasn’t made a statement saying James has been found and he is till considered a missing person.

Search for James E. Stellacie:

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has commenced search for James after he was reported missing.

The family of the 77 year-old has expressed worries at her disappearance as they say it is out of his character to not contact them. They are reportedly concerned for his safety.

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office are now asking the help of the public in finding the 77 year-old. They appeal to everyone in the community to BOLO (Be On The Look Out) for him.

James E. Stellacie description:

According to the missing person’s report, the 77 year-old has been described as a White male who is approximately 5’8″ feet tall and weighs about 140 pounds. He is said to have hazel eyes and gray hair.

Distinctive features was not given.

The last known clothing description of James was also not given.

What can you do to find James E. Stellacie?

You can help find the 77 year-old by sharing this post from our Facebook and Twitter to help create awareness that he is missing.

Anyone who has seen or heard from James E. Stellacie or has seen his vehicle has been asked to call JSO’s non-emergency number at 904-630-0500 or dial 911.

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