FBI Looking for Missing Ouachita County Teen
|FBI Little Rock November 13, 2013|
***UPDATE 11/14/13: Phillip Thomas Nussey, Jr. is in custody and Kimberly Nussey has been recovered unharmed.***
LITTLE ROCK—Howard S. Marshall, Acting Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the state of Arkansas, announced the following:
The Ouachita County Sheriff’s Office, Arkansas State Police, the United States Marshals Service, and the FBI are looking for Kimberly Nussey, age 13, who was last seen walking down a county road near her residence in Camden, Arkansas, at approximately 5:00 p.m. on Monday, November 11, 2013. Nussey is a white female, approximately 5'8" tall, and weighs approximately 140 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes. Nussey was last seen wearing a gray cap with the letter “A” on it, a gray tank top with dogs on it, and light purple pants.
Investigators believe that the teen was taken by her uncle, Phillip Thomas Nussey, Jr., age 38, described as a white male who is approximately 6' tall. He is believed to be driving a 1999 Ford Crown Victoria, white in color, bearing Arkansas Game and Fish Commission tag GGJGW. An active state felony arrest warrant exists for Nussey for interfering with child custody.
Investigators believe the two may be traveling southeast from Arkansas to neighboring Southern states. Anyone who has information that could lead to the safe recovery of Kimberly Nussey is encouraged to contact the Ouachita County (Arkansas) Sheriff’s Office at (870) 231-5300, or the FBI at (501) 221-9100 or tips.fbi.gov.