Missing Virginia tech student found safe

A Virginia Tech student named Jonathan Roop was found safe on Saturday and was missing a week prior, as per the report released by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. He was located by law enforcement in Missouri. When the officials made direct contact with him, Mr. Roop was found to be by himself and answered all the questions when the encounter took place by law enforcement.

After this personal interaction, Mr. Roop was no longer found missing, and the investigation regarding this was then closed. When Sheriff’s Office investigators took many long hours of tracking leads, they were able to track Jonathan Roop to a restaurant in Poplar Bluff, Missouri, on the afternoon of February 21.

Mr. Roop was alone in that restaurant and was identified by one of the employees of the restaurant. After this, he drove away in his vehicle, and local law enforcement tried to locate him but did not succeed. However, they continued looking for him.

Jonathan Roop, before disappearing, was last seen at his apartment complex on Canyon Ridge Road in the Merrimac area of Montgomery County, Virginia, on Friday, February 16, 2024.

His phone pinged near the New River Valley Mall at 4:26 p.m. later that same day. Johnny was traveling to his parent’s home in Abingdon, Virginia, to take an online exam by 5 p.m. but never showed up. He was driving a black 2018 Toyota Camry with Virginia license plate number TXW6643. The car has a Virginia Tech flag sticker on the back window.

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