Scott Vogan: Missing from Indiana Found

UPDATE:  11/17/14 –  A farmer out in his field found a car and then a body nearby that has been identified as Scott Vogan on Monday.  Authorities believe that the body had been in the field for a long time. His wife said that their son had died and Scott was taking anxiety medicines and was having a hard time dealing with it.  There is no foul play suspected.

WANE news reported that in a probable cause affidavit, it was found that Vogan was being investigated by Fort Wayne police for a robbery at a Meijer pharmacy.

Previous story:  Scott Vogan is missing from Fort Wayne, IN.  He was last seen 8/28/2014 driving a white 2013 Infinity with temporary Indiana paper license plate.

On the Help Us Find Scott Vogan Facebook page it states:


“Scott has had an extremely rough time the past few years and two weeks ago he hopped in the car and left. Normally, he stays with a friend, or relative for a couple days and comes home, or at the least remains in contact via cell phone with the family. We have been helping his wife to sort through this and work with local PD to locate Scott, but it hasn’t been fruitful.

His wife has asked that I post this in the hopes that it goes viral and someone, somewhere knows where Scott is. We are all praying for his safe return. Please post and repost this message. Please share with news sites. Please pray to God for his safety and that God will hold this family tight in his arms while this unfolds.

Scott’s white 2013 Infinity still has the dealer temporary paper license plate on it. He was last seen in the vicinity of the Meijer store at IN Hwy 37 and I-469.



Scott, we are praying for your health and safe return. Come home, brother, your family and friends need you.”

If you have any information about Scott or see him or his car, please leave a tip here or take a photo of what you see and let us know.  Sometimes a car is easier to spot than a person, so if you see a car that you think is Scott’s, take a photo and pass on where you saw it.  You can also go to the Help Us Find Scott Vogan Facebook page and leave a message.

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