Walmart Survelliance video shows Jeff Easley and missing girl, Brittany Mae Smith, in Salem
In a news conference Tuesday afternoon Roanoke County police said Brittany Mae Smith and Jeff Easley were seen in Walmart in Salem Friday night. Police have surveillance video of the pair shopping at the store between 8:00pm and 8:30pm. Authorities say 32-year-old Jeff Easley used Tina Smith’s credit card to purchase items in Walmart. Salem Police have issued warrants for Easley for credit card fraud and credit card larceny. Tina Smith, Brittany’s mother, was found murdered in her home Monday. Police also believe Jeff Easley is using Smith’s car, a silver 2005 Dodge Neon.
Jeff Easley’s mother, Sallie Martin, made a plea directly to her son to contact her or police. She urged Jeff to take Brittany to a safe place and return her or call 911. She told her son that she loved him and that they would work this out.
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