Gosnell Police have confirmed details on a man missing since Sunday.
According to the police department, Josh Wilson, 21, has been missing for 48 hours, and his disappearance is now officially considered a missing person’s case.
Police said Wilson is thought neither to be in danger or to be a runway since officers could find no evidence of foul play and family members said Wilson is not the kind of person to just disappear. In fact, police said Wilson’s family believed him to be in good spirits the night before his disappearance.
Wilson is described as a 160-pound male, standing at 5 feet, 8 inches with blonde hair and blue eyes. Police said he was last seen wearing a dark grey hoodie with fur lining, dark blue or black shorts, and a dark colored beanie. He is driving a royal blue 2003 Mustang with grey primer on the driver’s side fender, and his license plate number is 545 MEL with Arkansas tags.
In addition, Wilson was last seen Sunday driving near the Sportsplex in Blytheville around 10 a.m. and was also captured on surveillance at the Northeast Arkansas Federal Credit Union drawing money from the ATM in an amount of $60.
Officers told Region 8 News that Wilson’s phone and wallet were found at his home after he was reported missing by his family Monday.
Police said they were unaware of any medical history that might require him to take a prescription drug and that all surrounding agencies and hospitals were called to see if they had taken anyone matching Wilson’s description in.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Josh Wilson, please call your local law enforcement agency, or call the Gosnell Police Department at (870) 532-8545.