Authorities Offer $20,000 Reward to Help Find Missing New Jersey 14-Year-Old Jashyah Moore

Jashya Moore | CREDIT: EAST ORANGE CITY HALL/FACEBOOK

A reward of $20,000 is being offered for information about missing New Jersey 14-year-old Jashyah Moore, whose mother believes was taken against her will.

“She was abducted,” Jashyah’s mother, Jamie Moore, said during a press conference held Tuesday. “I don’t know who did it, but we’re looking for you.”

The East Orange teen vanished back on October 14, after she was last seen inside Poppies Deli.

“We are investigating and looking at all avenues with regards to this case,” Mitchell McGuire, the chief investigator for the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office, told reporters. “We are treating it and looking at every lead that could possibly come in.”

Newly released surveillance video from the US Quick Food Mart in East Orange shows the teen entering the store that morning with an older man. The footage shows her placing several bottled beverages on the counter, which the man pays for before they both leave together.

According to officials, the girl next stopped at Poppies Deli, where she was last seen. She was with that same older man, according to staff at the store.

Police confirm that they have spoken to the man seen in the video, and that he is cooperating with their investigation.

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SOURCE: PEOPLE, Chris Harris

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