EYEWITNESS LOCAL NEWSFamily, Friends, Community Search Again For Missing Putnam County Man
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Reported by: Katy Brown
Videographer: Katy Brown
Web Producer: Heath Harrison
Reported: Nov. 9, 2013 5:26 PM EST
Updated: Nov. 9, 2013 11:46 PM EST
Scott Depot , Putnam County , West Virginia
Brian Sexton, also known as Chris to family, has been missing for three weeks.
On Saturday family, friends and the Scott Depot community came together for what makes this the fourth organized search for this Putnam County man.
"Please Chris if you hear this, please hold on because we're coming," Karen Turley, Sexton's aunt, said. "We're looking for you."
Three car clubs from the area organized this effort to find the 23-year-old. Everyone was hoping to bring Sexton home.
"We can't imagine what the family's going through," David Withrow, with CL's Finest Car Club, said. "Every bit will help. You never know when you might be in this position yourself and you might need people to help you."
Sexton was last seen on Oct. 14. Putnam County deputies said he was involved in a fight at a party in the woods near Joyce Street in Scott Depot that night .
And no one has seen him since.
Now, more than three weeks later, the family said they have to stay hopeful because "that's what's holding [them] together."
And while there was no luck in finding Sexton on Saturday, the search continues.
"We don't care what happened. We don't care. We don't care," Turley said. "Just call somebody . Call your mom, she is dying inside."
If anyone has information on the whereabouts of Brian Sexton, call Putnam County Sheriff's.
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