Name: Jason William Noble Saul
Age: 17 years old
Last seen: August 15, 1997
Location: Bullhead City, Arizona
Status: Still missing
17 year old Jason Saul was last seen on August 15, 1997 in Bullhead City, Arizona. He was last seen by his friend, Kenford J. Farley, as they were looking for crystals in a nearby desert.
Jason and a 17 year old friend, Kenford J. Farley, went out looking for crystals in the desert near Bullhead City, Arizona on August 14, 1997.
That afternoon, as the pair were making their way back home their orange 1977 Dodge van got stuck on a remote dirt road. That evening, the boys started walking back towards town and split up after a mile.
Jason was last seen around 4:00 am on August 15. Kenford walked into the Bullhead Community Hospital at 9:00 am, but Jason never made it home.
Authorities were notified around noon, and initiated a search for Jason. An extensive search of the area turned up no signs of him.
Investigators aren’t sure what happened to him, and his family fears that he was murdered after he disappeared. Jason’s case remains unsolved, and he’s currently classified as an endangered runaway.
The first photo is Jason when he was 10 years old (he was 17 years old when he went missing), and the second is an age progression of what he may have looked like at 30.
Caucasian male born on April 22, 1980 with blonde hair and blue eyes. He stood 5’4 and weighed 120 pounds when he went missing in 1997.
He has a tattoo of a cross on the web of his hand, and a tattoo of his nickname “Lazy J” on his abdomen. His nicknames are “Lazy J,” “J,” and “8 Ball.”
He was last seen wearing a black muscle shirt or a tank top, a pair of blue shorts, and tire tread sandals.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Jason Saul please contact the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office at (928) 753-0753 or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at (800) THE-LOST.
Resources & Further Information
Jason Noble Saul – NamUS
Jason William Noble Saul – RCCCMCC
Jason William Noble Saul – The Charley Project
Deputies Seek Missing Teen – Today’s News Herald
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