JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jacksonville police want to know if anyone has seen the black Honda Accord registered to Brianna Williams.
The car is unique, featuring dark tinted windows, black rims and a Tampa Bay Buccaneers vanity plate spelling “QNBRI.”
JSO wants anyone who has seen the car from Jacksonville to Alabama in the last two weeks to call the Sheriff's Office at 904-630-0500 or email them at JSOCrimeTips@jaxsheriff.org. To remain anonymous and receive a possible reward up to $3,000 contact Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.
That car has even been a mystery to people who live on Ivy Street, where officers say Williams had just moved.
“I probably saw the car once or twice the whole time she was here,” Moses Young said.
Young said he saw the car, but no sign of Taylor Williams, 5.
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”It is strange because I didn’t even know she had a little girl,” Young said.
Action News Jax retraced Brianna Williams’ possible steps in the First Alert Storm Tracker on Monday.
Action News Jax recreated the drive from the Brentwood home to Naval Air Station Jacksonville, where Williams is still working as a petty officer first class in the Navy.
We also took the trip from the base to the Southside apartment that officers said Williams moved from.
Those are both commutes where someone could have spotted the car.
Action News Jax has also learned more about Williams’ military record.
Retired Cap. Rick Hoffman said she was in good standing.
“For her to become a first class petty officer less than seven years after she came out of boot camp, that suggests that she’s well-regarded professionally, and she is professionally proficient from an examination standpoint,” Hoffman said.
By all accounts, Williams was on a successful career path with the Navy.
Now, according to JSO, she’s a person of interest in her daughter’s disappearance.
It only adds more mystery to the question everyone wants to know: What happened to the smiling 5-year-old?
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