Family of missing Clay woman offers $10K reward for her return

A local community is helping to find a 25-year-old woman who disappeared from her Keystone Heights home more than a week ago.

The family of Jordan Cooper is offering a $10,000 reward for Jordan Cooper’s return.

"We're asking everybody out there, if you see her anywhere, make contact with the authorities or us," said Jordan's grandfather, Thomas Jack Cooper. 
Thomas and Sharon Cooper made an emotional appeal, Thursday night. Their granddaughter Jordan Cooper disappeared from Keystone Heights more than a week ago and now they're desperate for answers.

”The real question of the matter is where is she? How did she get gone?” Thomas Jack Cooper said.

Luca Harvey and several people are working hard to find Jordan Cooper. They formed a search committee to help find Cooper.

“We have four people that are actively involved on a daily basis and then we have other people who come in after work. We’ll search every day until we find her,” Harvey said.

The Clay County Sheriff’s Office sent us this statement about the search:

"The Clay County Sheriff's Office continues to conduct the investigation into locating Jordan Cooper and the investigation continues to be one of our highest priorities. In order to protect the integrity of the case, details concerning results of the investigation will not be shared at this time, but we would strongly urge anyone with information to call 352-473-7211 or through Crime-stoppers 1-866-845-TIPS. Any assistance is greatly appreciated."  
Meanwhile, the family is praying Jordan will come home soon.

“It’s a guessing game right now. We’re looking at the worse, because we fear, because she’s not here. We’re just praying and hoping for the best situation,” Thomas Jack Cooper said.