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Kentucky state police still looking for missing couple after finding car

Robert Jones (left) and Crystal Warner (right), photos provided by Kentucky State Police Robert Jones (left) and Crystal Warner (right), photos provided by Kentucky State Police
COLUMBIA, KY (FOX19 NOW) -

Kentucky State Police still need your help in attempting to locate a Florence couple after officials said they found a vehicle belonging to them.

Robert Jones, 38,  and Crystal Warner, 35, were last seen at a home on Texas Road in Springfield, Ky on Sunday, July 3rd at approximately 7 p.m., police said.  

The couple, who are unmarried, were last seen in a gray 2012 Volkswagen with KY registration plate 9485-FS.

Kentucky State Police said they found a car belonging to Warner around 2 a.m. Friday. The car was found in a gravel lot off the 125 exit in Georgetown off of Interstate 75.

Police say no one was in the car and officers and K9 units searched the immediate area and an empty field directly behind the gravel lot for any evidence of the couple. The vehicle was towed to the Kentucky State Police impound lot at Post 12 for processing.

Last cell phone records show the last usage for Jones and Warner was on July 3 on Interstate 64 near Frankfort, police said.

Jones is described as a 6'1" white male, weighing 200 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes.

Warner is described as a 5'2" white female, weighing 130 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information is asked contact KSP at 1-800-222-5555. 

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