Shannon Naill: Missing from Centerville, Iowa

Missing person Shannon Michael Naill left Iowa on or about December 26th, 2013 en route to deliver a work truck to a job site in New Mexico.

Shannon, 40, of Centerville, was expected to return to Iowa to be with family on December 28th but never returned and has not been heard from since the afternoon of the 26th of December.

According to reports, where he was going in New Mexico and whether he arrived or not is unknown at this time.

An investigation by Appanoose sheriff’s office revealed that Naill’s phone was pinged at 8:40 a.m. on Saturday, December 28th in Pueblo, Colorado.

Naill is described as a 40-year-old white male with brown hair and blue eyes. He is 5’10” tall and weights 250 pounds. He has a beard and mustache as well as a tattoo of a skull and top hat on his right arm.

Facebook posts by Shannon’s loved ones show a dedicated family that is working hard to find answers as to what happened.

If you have information on Naill’s disappearance, please contact the Appanoose County Sheriff’s Office at (641) 437-7100.

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Story by: Deanne Leacock

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4 Comments

  1. I told them I could help and they told me no, the best thing to help find him is post the poster on facebook. Ya right. That won’t do anything if people has their profile settings to private, and that really won’t get the info out there. There has been nothing about any updates. So hell with the family and the dam leos. I hope he doesnt want to be found. The way people are doing things to find him. I wouldn’t be surprised if he is dead. I don’t want him to be, but the way family is doing things, he probably is.

  2. Some times family,community and friends can't always agree. Doesn't mean one side or other is in wrong or not doing the best in searching for him. I know someone on his family from way back. My uncle was truck driver and so was my LATE father” diesel Cecil from Unionville,MO. Please post any update you may have. Pray he comes home.

  3. Some times family,community and friends can't always agree. Doesn't mean one side or other is in wrong or not doing the best in searching for him. I know someone on his family from way back. My uncle was truck driver and so was my LATE father” diesel Cecil from Unionville,MO. Please post any update you may have. Pray he comes home.