COCOA, Fla. —The Cocoa Police Department and Tashaun Jackson's family are asking the public to step forward with any information that would help locate the missing woman.

  • Tashaun Jackson was last seen at 7-Eleven
  • Family is asking people to call the CRIMELINE with any information
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Police and the family of 31-year-old Tashaun Jackson says their loved one went missing on Saturday, February 9, at around 3 p.m.

During a press conference, the family says the mother of four kids left to go to a nearby 7-Eleven and never came back home.

Even though detectives have spoken to witnesses and it is still an active investigation, no leads have been made public.

Jackson was last seen on surveillance video inside the store on 947 Dixon Blvd. She was also shown on the video meeting an undisclosed person.

"We are asking the community if you've heard anything, nothing is small. Anything information you have please contact police, Crimeline, or us so we can get Tashaun safe return," said Jackson's aunt, Sharon Jones-Smith.

Jones-Smith said Jackson received two calls from unknown numbers and told the store clerk that she was going to call the police if the unknown number called again.

No one knows who was on the other line. Her family wonders if her disappearance had anything to do with a deposition she gave last Wednesday in a case where she was a victim of attempted rape.

Jackson's children, ages 11 to as young as 1, wonder when their mother is coming home, Jones-Smith told Spectrum News.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Central Florida CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477).

Callers will remain anonymous and can be eligible for cash rewards of up to $1,000 in this case.​ Her family is willing to give $5,000 as a reward.