SAN ANTONIO - Jennifer Green and her church members handed out gifts to the homeless downtown on Saturday. They're spreading cheer, but also hope that the presents may lead to information about Green's missing son, Jordan.
"When you come out to these homeless camps, these are individuals who are on the streets, they're the first line of communication,” Green said. “They see things and hear things before anybody else does.”
Jordan Green, a native of Fort Worth, moved to San Antonio in July 2015. He landed a job at Over Bar Grill at 7905 Bandera Road, which is where he was last seen at 8:45 PM on November 6, 2015 at the age of 23.
"It's very hard because it's like I look around and he should be at home with his family. He should be around the tree with everybody else,” Green said. “It's the not knowing that kills me every day.”
This holiday season, Green is hoping for a Christmas miracle.
"My spirit from day one has never told me that my baby is physically gone from this world, and that's why my faith and hope keeps,” she said. “Until I have him, until I have him, I'll keep pushing till the very last breath I have.”
If you have any information about Jordan Green, please call SAPD at 210-207-7662 or the Heidi Search Center at 210-650-0428 or 1-800-547-4435. Any information that leads to Jordan Green or anyone responsible for his disappearance could be worth $2500.
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