COCOA, Fla. (FOX 35 Orlando) - A Cocoa mother of four has been missing since Saturday.
31-year-old Tashuan Jackson vanished on Saturday. She was last seen on surveillance video at the 7-11 in the 900-block of Dixon Boulevard in Cocoa.
Her family is spoke at the Cocoa Police Department on Wednesday morning about her disappearance. Her family is desparate to find her and bring her home.
At the news conference, the family said that Tashuan got phone calls from an unknown phone number before she arrived at and while she was at 7-11. They believe it may have something to do with her disappearance.
The family also says that Tashuan conveyed to the 7-11 store clerk that she was going to call the police on whoever that phone call was from. They believe she felt threatened.
Then when she walked out the store, the family says a vehicle went in the same direction that Tashuan went in.
They also revealed that Tashuan is a mother of four.
This is missing Cocoa mother Tashaun Jackson. Her mom tells me these are her 4 girls pictured either her. Jackson disappeared Sat after she went to 7-11 to buy milk. @cocoapolice investigating her disappearance. #Fox35 pic.twitter.com/Q1s9EJKODW— Sydney Cameron (@SydneyFox35) February 13, 2019
Watch the full news conference below.
Police are talking to several witnesses. Tashuan family says that she was simply going to pick up milk when she went to 7-11.
If you know anything that can help police with this case, they want you to call Crimeline at 1-800-423-TIPS. You could be eligible for a $1,000 reward.