Seal Beach Police are seeking the public assistance in locating a missing person involving suspicious circumstances.
On Saturday, January 29, 2022, at about 11:30 pm, the Seal Beach Police Department received a call of a missing person. Family members in the 4500-block of Guava Avenue reported their daughter missing after a friend had received a suspicious phone call from the daughter.
The missing person was identified as 22-year-old Jenna Stone of Seal Beach. She was last seen leaving her residence on Guava Avenue on January 29, 2022, at about 4:00 pm. She was driving a black, 2015 Honda Civic with an affixed California license plate of #7RIM442. She was last seen wearing a black hoodie sweatshirt and black or dark colored sweatpants. Prior to leaving her home, Stone told her told her parents she was going to stay the night with a friend.
Later that night at about 9:30 pm, a friend spoke with Jenna Stone over the phone. The friend reported that Stone sounded intoxicated and was crying. Stone also told her friend that she was visiting a male subject but could not remember his name. Shortly thereafter, Stone’s phone died or was turned off.
Friends of the missing person have told Seal Beach detectives that Stone may have been going to see a male she met on Tinder known only as “Jordan.” Cell phone records indicated that Stone’s cell phone last pinged in the area of Victorville, CA on today’s date around 11:23 am.
Stone and her vehicle were entered into the Missing and Unidentified Persons System. Seal Beach Detectives are actively investigating this incident and attempting to locate Stone. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Seal Beach Police Department Watch Commander at (562) 594-7232.
UPDATE (1/30/22, 2:30 p.m.):
A previously reported missing person was located unharmed.
On Saturday, January 29, 2022, at about 11:30 pm, the Seal Beach Police Department received a call of a missing person involving 22-year-old Jenna Stone.
On Sunday, January 30, 2022 at about 2:20 pm, Ms. Stone was located and removed from the Missing and Unidentified Persons System. She was unharmed and uninjured.
The Seal Beach Police Department thanks the public for their assistance with this investigation.