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Niscune man, 21, missing in Alabama; Mother pleads for help in finding her

Nisqayun – A Nisqayun man going to school in Alabama is missing and his mother and the public’s help has been sought to find him, according to media reports.

According to Alabama media reports citing Tuscaloosa Police, John Charles “Jack” Lombardo, 21, was reported missing Wednesday afternoon by his roommate at the University of Alabama. Lombardo is a senior at the school.

His mother, Karen Candida-Lombardo, also relayed that she last heard from him on the phone at 6 p.m. Tuesday.

A police spokesman told The Birmingham News that they were working with university police to investigate the places he may have been. They were also contacting friends and others.

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Lombardo’s mother, Karen Candida-Lombardo, took to Facebook on Thursday to plead for help in finding her son.

He wrote that he is driving a 2021 Hyundai Kona, an enterprise rent-a-car with Florida Plates, license number KCDZ28.

He is 6 feet tall, weighing around 155 pounds. He has tattoos on his forearm and chest.

He asked that anyone with information contact the Tuscaloosa Police Department or message him.

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