Loved ones hoping for safe return of South Windsor mom after being missing for over one week


HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — For over a week now, local police and loved ones have been searching for a South Windsor mom. Jessica Edwards has gone missing and was last seen on Monday, May 10.

Jessica’s family, friends, and other community members gathered for a vigil Sunday at the Riverfront Boathouse in Hartford; they want her to return home safely.

“I want to keep this energy going. I want this energy to continue. Jessica did not just walk away. Her family — I can attest, I’ve been around them — are very loving, sweet, good people. And Jessica did not deserve to be missing.”

Her husband reported she left their condo Monday morning, getting in the car with a friend, and never returned home.

The search has spread to neighboring communities around South Windsor and Hartford.

She called out of her clinical training at Hartford Hospital the same day she was last seen.

If you have any information about where she might be, call South Windsor police.

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