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MYSTERY surrounds the disappearance of an Ozarks family who vanished after setting off on a religious sabbatical months ago.

Police say the couple and their five-month-old set out on the trip to Florida around the end of February.

3Justin, Jennifer, and Barakah Ruggles vanished after leaving on a "religious sabbatical" in FebruaryCredit: Facebook/Ozark County Sheriff 3Police released their license plate number in an effort to locate the vehicle the Ruggles may be drivingCredit: Facebook/Ozark County Sheriff

The couple maintained contact with family and friends after leaving their home in Missouri.

But loved ones started to worry after not hearing from Justin, 32, Jennifer, 30, and their infant Barakah Ruggles since March 6.

A missing persons report was filed on May 5.

The Ozark County Sheriff began tracking the family by getting in touch with friends and family.

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"Unfortunately, the timeline ends on April 12, 2022, in southern Florida with no other activity since that time," the sheriff's office wrote.

Officials believe that the family is travelling in a silver 2018 Dodge Ram 1500 with New Hampshire tag 445-8031.

Investigators provided an example of what their tags might look like on Facebook.

Authorities also shared a hunch that Justin and Jennifer Ruggles maybe using fake names.

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"Justin may be going by the name ‘Joseph’ and Jennifer may be going by the name ‘Ruth,’" the Ozark County Sheriff's Office said in an update.

A limited amount of information has been made available about the family's trip or their reason for taking it.

In the latest update, authorities thanked the public for their response and continued to ask for their help.

"We want to thank everyone for all of the response to our previous post. That post has reached approximately 126,000 people and had more than 2,500 shares," the sheriff's office said.

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They continued by saying they are committed to following leads shared with them.

Cops urged the public to contact their office at 417-679-4633 with any information regarding this case.

3There hasn't been much information released as to why the family took the tripCredit: Facebook/Ozark County Sheriff
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Ex-Cons Just Out Of Prison Charged With Carjacking Hackensack Driver In Rochelle Park

Two ex-cons who'd only just been released from prison carjacked a Hackensack driver outside a Rochelle Park supermarket, authorities charged.

Anthony Aguilar, 24, of Garfield and Elijah Battle, 25, of Paterson were wearing masks when they accosted the driver and took his Audi in the parking lot of the D-Mart Indian-Asian Farmers Market on Rochelle Avenue around 8 p.m. June 16, investigators charged.

The robbers abandoned the vehicle a couple of blocks away and fled in a red Toyota Rav 4 that had been reported stolen out of Paterson, they said.

The victim sustained minor injuries.

Meanwhile, Rochelle Park detectives and their colleagues from the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office worked to identify his assailants, who later broke into a vehicle in Maywood, Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella said Friday.

Aguilar had been released from state prison in March after serving three years of a five-year sentence for a shooting during a fight at the Ninth Street Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Station in Hoboken in May 2018, records show.

He was back behind bars a short time later – this time in the Bergen County Jail -- for violating parole following an arrest last month for harassment and making terroristic threats in Palisades Park.

Battle, meanwhile, was released from state prison this past April after serving nearly five years of a seven-year sentence for a home invasion robbery in Passaic in January 2017.

He was seized Thursday and sent to the Bergen County Jail, where detectives later that day served Aguilar with complaints.

Both men are charged with first-degree carjacking, burglary, theft, receiving stolen property and weapons offenses, including possessing a firearm as a convicted felon.

Musella cited the work of his Special Investigations Squad and assistance from Rochelle Park and Maywood police, Paramus and Paterson police, the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office and the New Jersey State Parole Board.


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