Family Asks for Help in Finding Missing Mobile County Man | New
MOBILE, ALA. (WALA) – The search is intensifying for the missing mobile man, Richard Horn. He was last seen a month ago. On Monday, the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency joined in the attempt to locate him.
Horn’s family told FOX10 News they were desperate to find him.
“It makes me very sick to my stomach. Something has to give. We have to find it,” Horn’s sister Vicki Gray said.
It’s been four long weeks for Gray. Her brother Rick, as she calls him, has been missing since April 26. It was last seen on Howell’s Ferry Rd in Mobile County.
Gray said his brother is suffering from a mental condition that could impair his judgment, but it’s not like him to run away for so long.
Gray said, “If he’s too far away, or if he’s hiding and needs help, he won’t know how to contact anyone. He’s not harmful. He won’t harm anyone. . He’s just scared. He’s scared. “
Gray said she tried to get help for her brother through a local mental health facility, but they all ran out of space. He fled shortly after.
Geaux Rescue, a local volunteer search and rescue team joined the search for Horn. The group has set up a notice board on Airport and Schillinger and is even offering $ 500 to anyone who can help them find it.
The state also issued an emergency missing person alert for the 57-year-old man.
Gray begs everyone who lives after Schillinger in western Mobile to check their doorbell cameras for any sightings of his brother and to join in the search if they can.
“If he’s hiding, he won’t come out on his own. It’s been a month. He won’t be seen on purpose and I just need people to look in the woods, search the abandoned houses around them,” he said. Gray said.
If you’ve seen Gray, stay away from him. Call the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office.
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