The Federal Bureau of Investigation Violent Crimes Task Force and the Boston Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying four individuals who were in the vicinity of Tremont Street and Stuart Street in Boston, Massachusetts at approximately 2:15 a.m. on Sunday, February 24, 2019.
The individuals are not suspected of any wrongdoing and are being sought as witnesses in connection with the alleged kidnapping of 23-year-old Jassy Correia.
The public is being asked to review a video and photos of the individuals (enhanced surveillance photos can be found at the bottom of this release).
As seen in the video, the unknown male has facial hair and is wearing a dark jacket with a white undershirt and dark pants. Next to him is an unidentified female wearing a black dress with a dark green jacket and dark, knee-high boots. The unknown female next to her is pictured wearing a dark outfit with a tan jacket and black boots. The last female on the right is seen wearing a dark jacket over a multicolored dress, with knee-high, black boots. All four are believed to be in their 20s, have light skin, and dark hair.
February 24, 2019 surveillance footage in the vicinity of Tremont Street and Stuart Street in Boston, Massachusetts, depicting four unknown individuals being sought as witnesses in connection with the alleged kidnapping of Jassy Correia. The individuals are not suspected of wrongdoing but may have information that will help in the case.
“We’re asking the public to take a close look at these images to see if they can help us identify these people because we believe they may have information that could enhance our investigation,” said Joseph R. Bonavolonta, special agent in charge of the FBI Boston Division. “We want to emphasize that these folks are not suspected of any wrongdoing. We just really want to talk to them to find out if they have seen or overheard something that could help us bring some closure to Jassy’s family.”
A social media campaign, including advertisements on Facebook, will run in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island for the next month.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the FBI Boston Division’s Violent Crimes Task Force at 857-386-2000. Tips can also be electronically submitted at tips.fbi.gov.