Crime Solver Alert: Missing Michigan Man Driving Van with Cracked Windshield
July 27, 2012
by Katie O'Mara, email@example.com
A 20-year-old Michigan man who has been reported missing is reportedly driving a van with a cracked windshield, according to the Three Rivers Police Department. Marco Ryan Drayton of Three Rivers, Mich., left his home Sunday evening to go visit a friend and never arrived. Drayton is 6’2 and around 200 pounds with brown hair and eyes.
He was driving a 1999 green Ford vas with the license plate number CCA3146 at the time of his disappearance. The van has a cracked windshield and is missing the passenger side door handle. The Van has two gold bumper stickers that say, “I am a West Point Parent.”
According to local news reports, Drayton’s clothing has been found neatly folded near the public access on a local lake. A seat cushion and trash that authorities believe to be from Drayton’s van was spotted along a roadway.
The auto glass industry has helped solve cases in the past that have involved damage to windshields. Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Three Rivers Police Department at 269/278-1235.
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