A statewide alert has been issued for a missing Stevens Point high school student last seen at his Plover residence on Sunday.

Police were called early Monday to the residence for the missing persons report, according to an endangered missing person alert from the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network.

18 year-old Jackson Kelly, a student at SPASH, was last seen at his residence at about 10:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 17. In the morning hours, family members discovered Jackson had left the home and did not show up for school. All indicators are that Jackson left the home of his own free will.

Jackson is approximately 6’1”, 220 pounds with a muscular build. He has blue eyes and long, curly, shoulder length dark blonde hair.

Jackson Kelly was reported missing Feb. 18, 2019 in Plover. Photo: WCAN network

Jackson is believed to be operating a burgundy 2008 Honda Accord sedan bearing Wisconsin registration plate 905-ZHD. The vehicle has the following stickers affixed to the rear window: SPASH Football, SPASH Baseball, Plover Black Sox, yellow smiley face, and a small American flag.

He is known to frequent sports venues or fitness facilities.

Anyone with information about Jackson’s potential whereabouts are encouraged to contact Detective Jennifer Graham at the Plover Police Department at 715-345-5255 ext. 142 or your local police agency.

This alert is being sent statewide since Jackson’s direction of travel is unknown.

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