Updated May 20, 2015: The search for Raymond Alan Myers has ended. On May 20, 2015, the family of Mr Myers announced that they drove and picked him up on Monday 18 May, 2015 and he is now with his family.
Raymond Alan Myers is a U.S. Military Veteran who went missing from Apex, North Carolina on February 23, 2015. Raymond Alan Myers contacted his employer by texting a coworker on February 23, 2015 to let them know he was leaving their vehicle (his work truck) in Greensboro, North Carolina. Raymond Alan Myers is driving a white 2013 Chevy Silverado 2500HD with cargo boxes and a North Carolina registration for EL9012. According to Apex Police, Raymond’s cell phone last pinged off a cell phone tower near Stokes Ferry Road in Salisbury, North Carolina. Raymond’s bank card was last used in Burlington, North Carolina.
Raymond Alan Myers was 54 years old at the time he went missing in 2015. Raymond Alan Myers is 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs approximately 160-170 pounds. Raymond Alan Myers has blonde hair and blue eyes. Raymond has a small scar on right side of forehead, near hairline and a mole on chest, between breasts. Raymond Alan Myers had the following items in his possession when he was last seen: Silver cross and chain; One U.S. Army “dog tag” on same chain as cross; Wristwatch on left hand.
If you have any information about the whereabouts of Raymond Alan Myers, contact the Apex Police Department, Detective Worth Brown at 919-362-8661 reference case # 2015-000338. (NamUs MP# 28103)
Updated April 3, 2015: On April 1, 2015, Raymond’s truck was located in the employee parking area of a Walmart in Burlington, North Carolina. This walmart is the last location that Raymond’s debit card was used. Law Enforcement reviewed security camera footage and saw Raymond Alan Myers enter the Walmart and purchase some camping items such as a camouflage tarp, tent stakes, rope, sleeping bag and a camouflage hat. Security cameras in the parking lot observed Raymond Alan Myers walk to his work truck, lock everything and remove a backpack from a tool compartment in the truck. Raymond then walked away from the vehicle. An inspection of the contents of the vehicle showed that all his employers tools are accounted for and he left his company credit card in plain sight in the vehicle. Raymond also ensured that the truck’s fuel tank was left with a full tank. Law Enforcement believes that he left on his own volition. Law Enforcement have decided to leave Raymond Alan Myers on the Missing Person Database in case he is ever found and needs assistance returning home.
Updated April 5, 2015: Apex Police confirmed that they believe that Raymond Alan Myers left “on his own accord”.
Apex Police Missing Person Poster: https://www.facebook.com/ApexPolice/photos/a.1800…