Missing Currituck woman located
Update: Jennifer Kral’s boyfriend has released information to NewsChannel 3 that Jennifer has been located and is safe. She left on her own and was reportedly never in any danger.
Her boyfriend told police he has been trying to contact Kral but his phone calls have been going straight to voicemail, and he says it is unusual that she would not answer the phone.
Kral was supposed to go to work at PetCo in Red Mill Commons on Saturday morning and Sunday but managers told police she never showed up. They say she has not missed a day since she joined the company a month ago.
Her best friend told police she had not talked to Kral since June 19th and says that is unusual that she would not pick up her phone or show up to work.
Kral’s boyfriend told police he talked to her parents who were on a plane headed to China.
Police say they’ve also tried to call Kral’s cell phone but they also did not get an answer. They also checked around to see if she was in any local hospitals there was no record she had been admitted anywhere. Kral’s phone was pinged by Verizon and they say the last time the phone was used at 7:49 a.m. on Saturday near the Red Mill Commons area.
Kral is described as a white female who is 5’6 with blue eyes, glasses, and a tattoo of a dreamcatcher on her upper back.
She was driving a 1997 Black Acura with blue rims and the license WYX2739. Officials say she was last seen at on Tulls Creek Road in Moyock on June 22nd.
If you have any information that could help authorities find Kral, call Deputy Jesse Taylor, Currituck County Sheriff at 252-232-2216.