Police in Florida, Army looking for missing 7th Special Forces Group soldier

Greco Antoine Tucker Jr., 23, was last seen Jan. 11, 2018, and did not report to duty on Jan. 14.


By BRIAN HUGHES | Crestview News Bulletin, Fla. | Published: January 15, 2019

CRESTVIEW (Tribune News Service) — Police in Florida and the U.S. Army 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) are searching for a soldier who failed to report for duty Monday morning. Sgt. Greco Antoine Tucker Jr., 23, was last heard from Friday.

Sgt. Tucker's Crestview home shows no signs of forced entry and his personal property is in place, but his 2014 four-door, white Dodge Charger SE sedan is gone.

"It is possible he left the area," Crestview Police Commander Ray Harp said. "He hasn't reported to work, or to family or friends. It is very out of character for him."

The 7th Group described Sgt. Tucker as an exemplary soldier.

"We're looking into the circumstances of Sgt. Tucker's disappearance to determine if he left on his own accord," Cmdr. Harp said. "At this point in the investigation, we don't have any indications of foul play."

Anyone spotting Sgt. Tucker, possibly in his white Dodge Charger, Florida tag number 044-QCF, is asked to please contact the Crestview Police Department, 682-3544.


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