Former "America's Most Wanted" host John Walsh is currently hosting a national television series on Investigation Discovery. His next case will feature coverage of an Iowa woman who has been reported missing since at least 2017.

Iowa Dept. Of Public Safety
Iowa Dept. Of Public Safety

According to the Des Moines Register,  the program "In Pursuit with John Walsh" will air this Wednesday night, August 31, on Investigation Discovery. The network has a partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and works with Walsh to help locate these people.

Jade Colvin of Ames was last seen on May 2, 2016. When reported missing, she was described as a white female, with brown hair dyed red, green eyes, and a lip piercing.

At the time of her disappearance, Ames police described her as standing 5'4" and weighing approximately 128 lbs.

A Tweet that had later been determined as erroneous was put out a few days after her initial disappearance, saying she had been found. On March 23, 2017, she was officially reported missing but has still not been located, and police say there is a possibility she was a runaway.

Colvin would now be 20 years old and has not had any contact with her family since that time. The show featuring Colvin's case will air on Wednesday night at 8 p..m on Investigation Discovery. Check local listings or stream on Discovery+.

You don't have to wait for the show to air to come forward if you might have any information on Colvin's whereabouts. You are encouraged to call or text 833-3-PURSUE or visit its anonymous tip hotline at

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