‘This is an indescribable pain that you can’t even explain’; Missing Fort Wayne man’s family speaks out

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) – A Fort Wayne family is trying to stay positive after eight days with no sign of their son.

26-year-old Jabari Mbwelera was last seen January 16th, 2019.

Jabari’s parents say they just want him to come home. They say Jabari is always in contact with someone in the family on a regular basis.

His parents say they last heard form him when he called from the Lassus Handy Dandy on Spy Run asking for a ride home, but since then, it’s been silence.

Now, his parent’s say his phone goes straight to voicemail.

They also say Jabari’s neighbor has video of him on her ring doorbell the day he went missing.

His parents have officially made a police report and say they feel someone has to know something, and urge anyone with information to contact police.

Jabari’s mom Kathryn says she just wants her son home.

“Jabari we love you, and we want you home. This is an indescribable pain that you can’t even explain. I don’t want to continue to have to bare this, so we would ask that if you know something say something. I just also ask that those who can and will to continue to pray for him,” said Kathryn

Jabari Mbwelera is 5’7″ with brown hair and brown eyes.

If you have any information, call Fort Wayne police at 260-427-1222.

Kaitlyn Kendall

Kaitlyn Kendall

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