Authorities in Richmond, Virginia are looking for Keeshae Jacobs. The 21-year-old woman was last seen over a week ago on Sept. 26, and hasn't been in contact with her loved ones -- even though she promised she would see them on the day that would follow her disappearance. The Root reports that the missing woman's loved ones are distraught, and they are begging for answers behind her suspicious case.

Foul play or voluntary disappearance?

Keeshae Jacobs was reportedly last seen by her grandmother at her residence, shortly before she was reported missing. Her grandmother says that the 21-year-old woman was at her house to look for a job online. Once she was finished online job-hunting, Keeshae reportedly left her grandmother's residence. She had intended on going home, but she never made it to her destination.

Police confirm that the missing 21-year-old Virginia woman was on foot at the time of her disappearance, which means that anything could have happened to her between her grandmother's home and her own residence.

Was this Missing woman the victim of foul play, or is she missing under some other circumstances? It's distressing to know that she left on foot, and that no trace of her has been located since she was last seen over a week ago.

What's more, her loved ones say that she never goes a day without contacting them. She had plans to visit with her family members on the day following the night she was last seen by her grandmother.

Have you seen this missing woman?

If you know anything about the disappearance of this young woman, please do not hesitate to contact the authorities in Richmond, Virginia. Any little bit of information, no matter how insignificant it may seem at the time, could help in bringing closure to this case.

If you think you have seen this missing woman, or think you may have some information that could lead to finding her whereabouts, please contact Richmond Crime Stoppers with any information you may have that could eventually lead to the solving of this missing persons case.

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