Greg Donaghe: Another Oilfield worker missing Found

UPDATE:  1/24/14 – A body found in a field located west of the Petroleum Museum near Interstate 20 on Thursday has been identified as the remains of Greg.  His  body has been sent to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy and the investigation into the cause of his death.

Greg Thomas Randolph Donaghe, a rig hand in the Midland Odessa area for the J.B. Hunt Drilling Company went missing on Dec. 28, 2013.

He was last seen at the Walmart on Rankin Hwy in Midland, Texas around 6 a.m.  Authorities say video surveillance shows him buying a box of cigarettes and a Red Bull and walking across the parking lot in the direction of his home at Park Glen Apartments and was never seen again.

Greg is 5’9″ tall with brown hair, hazel eyes and a scar in the middle of his forehead.  He has a Japanese tribal cat tattoo on his left arm and a tattoo on the outside of his left ankle with the word “SOCAL” with the state of California, a green grenade on his right forearm, tribal panther on his left shoulder and DGAF on inside of left ankle.  He was last seen wearing a brown VANS hood, black work shirt, blue jeans and black Nike Tennis shoes.

On Greg’s Facebook page, is says he is originally from Redlands.

If you have any information about his whereabouts, please call the Midland police Department at 432-685-7108.

Brandon Lawson who was working at the oilfields has been missing since August 2013.  Click here to read more about his story.

Here are a list of men that may be connected to the OilField disappearances:

Westley Allen Moore last seen in the pipeline area near the 6800 block of Outlaw Bend.

If you know of someone who disappeared while working in the oilfields, please contact me or leave a comment below.

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Jerrie Dean, who is retired from Federal Law Enforcement, is the Founder of Missing Persons of America.

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