UPDATE (5:13 p.m. ET): Jessy Correia has been found and the suspect, Louis D. Coleman III, has been captured. According to reports, Correia was found dead in the trunk of Coleman’s car which was stopped in Delaware.
Family of Jassy Correia tells @boston25 that Jassy has been found dead in trunk of suspect's car stopped in Delaware.
— Peter Wilson (@PetesWire) February 28, 2019
Jassy Correia was last seen on Sunday, February 24 when she was leaving Venue nightclub in Boston. Correia was celebrating her birthday before vanishing and now a suspect has been identified. Louis D. Coleman III, 32, has been identified as a suspect in the disappearance of the 23-year-old mother, according to Boston.com.
“The BPD is also looking to locate the red motor vehicle which Coleman is believed to be operating,” police said in a post on Facebook. “Last seen in the Providence, Rhode Island area on Thursday, February 28, 2019, police are seeking the public’s assistance to locate Coleman as well as Jassy Correia.”
A photo of Coleman can be seen below.
— Boston Police Dept. (@bostonpolice) February 28, 2019
“Anybody (who has) seen my daughter or has information, I’m not going to stop the fight,” her father Joaquin Correia told Boston 25. “When I bring Jassy to this country, she was 3 years old, now she’s 23. I can’t lose Jassy for no reason.”
Correia was last seen wearing hoop earrings, an orange jumpsuit, and a denim jacket before entering a red Nissan Altima.
From the report:
After leaving Venue, which is at 100 Warrenton St. in the Theater District, Correia was spotted in the area of 255 Tremont St., also in the Theater District, at about 12:15 a.m. Sunday with a man, now identified as Coleman, police said. She was later seen entering a vehicle, believed to be a red Nissan Altima, with the same man in the area of Tremont and Herald streets, which is just south of the Mass. Pike.