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Crime of the Week: July 10

NASHVILLE, Tenn.- Metro police are looking for a man who has been missing for more than six months.

Police need the public's help in locating Jason Wilson of North Nashville.

Police think Wilson is a victim of foul play.

He disappeared in December 2006.

Police said his friend dropped him off at the 2400 of Seifreid Street in West Nashville.

His friend told police the last time he saw Wilson he was walking up to someone in a black SUV.

"The black SUV was occupied by at least one individual, and it was the acquaintance's opinion that Mr. Wilson had just spoken to that individual possibly on the phone or had a prearranged time when he was going to meet with him," said James Bledsoe of the Metro Police Department.

That was 2:45 in the afternoon on Dec. 28.

It was the last time anyone would see or hear from Wilson.

"When Mr. Wilson was last seen he had a large amount of cash on him, upward in the several thousand dollars range," Bledsoe said.

Police believe Wilson was the victim of foul play.

Wilson's silver 2006 Chevrolet Impala disappeared six hours after his friend dropped him off. Police recovered the car in a parking lot at Tennessee State University the next morning.

"It's been six months now and we have not, no one has seen or heard from him, at least no one has reported the information to police," Bledsoe said.

Jason Wilson, 29, is about 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. He has several tattoos on his shoulder and forearms.

He was last seen wearing a long sleeved white shirt, blue jeans and white tennis shoes.

If anyone knows where he is, they should call Crime Stoppers.

The number is 74 CRIME. Callers may remain anonymous and the information could be worth up to $1,000 in cash.

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