Clark Atlanta University woman goes missing on way to graduation

Several law enforcement agencies are searching for a Clark Atlanta University student who went missing on her way to her graduation and has not been seen since.
Alexis Jones-Rhodes, 22, was supposed to walk across the stage with a degree in fashion merchandising. But her mother said she never made it to the ceremony and fears for her safety.
“I have no idea where my daughter is, no idea. The last time was probably that morning before graduation and that’s basically it,” said Nicole Johnson told Fox 5.
Jones-Rhodes, aka AJ or Lexi, was heading to Clark Atlanta University wearing her cap and gown at 4 a.m. Monday, but then disappeared without a trace or explanation, WSB-TV reports.
Jones-Rhodes was driving a driving a black Hyundai Sonata with Georgia license plate BPC 6177.
Anyone with information on this disappearance is asked to call 911.
Officials say Jones-Rhodes was last seen at 1912 Twin Falls Road wearing a white dress, 11 Alive stated in its report.  She is described as a 22-year-old black female standing about 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighing about 127 pounds.


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