Police want to know if you’ve seen this man
By Forrest Smith-WUFT-FM
Omar Jabree Gibson
The Gainesville Police Department says 26 year old Omar Jabree Gibson was last seen a week ago, and family members have said it’s unusual for him to be gone this long without any contact. He was last see on July 25th at Palms of Brook Valley Apartments, wearing a tank top, long shorts and Jordan slippers. A $1000 dollar reward is being offered for information that leads to him being found. If you have information you can call the GPD anonymous tip line at 352-393-7700, the criminal investigation division at 352-393-7670, Detective Farrah Lormil at 352-393-7616, or Crimestoppers at 352-372-STOP (7867).
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