Little Rock police search for missing man | News
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - A North Little Rock man's disappearance leaves his family with only questions. It's been nearly two weeks since Tommy Swan's family last saw him.
"It's not a good feeling," said Ashlee Boyd.
For thirteen days, she has been searching for her boyfriend, Tommy Swan. After dropping her off at work Wednesday, Dec. 19, he disappeared without a trace.
"I started calling him around 11 o'clock and his phone was going straight to voicemail. At first, I thought his battery was dead but after it went so long, I thought well he broke his phone. When he comes to pick me up, we'll go get him a new phone but when I got off at five, he didn't show up to pick me up and that's when I knew something was wrong," said Boyd.
Two days later, police found Swan's car, a 2005 Chrysler 300, at Wakefield Park just off Geyer Springs road, but there was still no sign of Swan. Now his family, including his sister Kesha Quince, are left with more questions than answers.
"It's just not normal for him to stay away from the family for this long. We know that there is something wrong. He's not the person that would just get up and leave to start a new life. He is really missing. Something is wrong," said Quince.
Police are still working to uncover what exactly happened. Until then, Boyd and Swan's family will continue to hope for the best.
"Praying. Just praying. Prayer is the only thing that can be little if any comfort right now. Just praying that he returns safe," said Boyd.
Swan's family said a witness told police they saw him eating breakfast at the Waffle House on Geyer Springs Road the morning he disappeared. They are asking anyone who may have seen him there to contact police as soon as possible.
If you have any information about Tommy Swan or his whereabouts, you are encouraged to contact Little Rock Police at 501-371-4605. Remember, you can remain anonymous.
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