17 years later, Omaha man still missing
(National Center for Missing and Exploited Children)

Wednesday marks 17 years since the disappearance of an Omaha man.

On June 13, 2001, 19-year-old  Jason Jolkowski disappeared without a trace from the driveway of his family's home in the Benson neighborhood.

Jolkowski was last seen taking out the trash and was going to walk to a pick up location at Benson High School to get a ride to work. He never arrived at the school.

Leads have long since dried up for the Omaha police. 

In a new effort to bring the case back to light and encourage viable leads for police, the family worked with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to produce an age progression photo that shows what Jolkowski may look like today, at age 36.

This technology combines normal aging with images of Jolkowski at a younger age and also images of family members with similar features at the age Jolkowski would be today. 

The family remains hopeful for answers in this case.

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If you have any information that could help find, call Omaha police at 402-444-5818 or 402-444-5690 or call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 800-843-5678 (1-800-The-Lost).

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