Police investigating disappearance of MTV's 'Wanna Be a VJ' star Jesse Camp

Police investigating disappearance of MTV's 'Wanna Be a VJ' star Jesse Camp

Police investigating disappearance of MTV's 'Wanna Be a VJ' star Jesse Camp

A former video jockey, or VJ, at MTV is no longer considered missing, Riverside police said Tuesday, almost a week after his disappearance was reported by family. News that as of Tuesday afternoon, Camp was contacted by a local law enforcement agency and not in need of assistance.

His family has been notified, according to the Riverside Police Department. "I can't begin to thank everyone who reached out to express their concern and support after my brother Jesse went MIA".

A former MTV personality last seen in Fontana has been reported missing after he suddenly stopped making contact with family members.

Former MTV VJ Jesse Camp has gone missing. Police told ET that Marisha said Jesse "may have been depressed lately". Investigators say there are no signs of foul play so far.

Camp, who appeared on MTV after winning the channel's "Wanna Be a VJ" reality show in 1998, was first reported missing by his sister last Thursday, July 19.

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Marish took to her Instagram story on July 19 to share a plea with her followers for information regarding her brother's whereabouts.

"She had been in contact with someone who had told her [Camp] was in Riverside a week ago, and that he's been known to travel to the Inland Empire, and Riverside, from time to time", Railsback added at the time.

Camp, 38, won MTV's Wanna Be A VJ competition in 1998, launching his career with the network.

Police indicated they aren't sure if Camp is still in the local area. Concerned friends and family have been spreading the word on social media.

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