Brian Nesbit missing from Flat, Texas

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Brian Nesbit missing Flat, Texas

Brian Nesbit, 52, went missing from Flat, Texas on September 7, 2018.

“I just want him to come home,” Cindy Witt, Brian’s girlfriend told CenTexProud news. “And please, if anybody in the Leon Junction area has seen him or heard anything, please call the Sheriff’s Department and let them know. Please. I need him home.”

Brian Nesbit

Bob Dean, Brian’s Brother traveled to Flat to search for Brian, but has not located him.  He told CenTexProud news that he does not believe his brother would commit suicide or run away, and he knows he would not disappear on purpose.

Coryell County Sheriff’s Deputy Chief Mark Wilcox told the media that law enforcement has searched but has not located Brian nor his truck.

Brian was driving a 1995 F250 diesel silver and grayish truck, with a purple streak through it.

This week Brian’s parents are in Gatesville handing out flyers.

Brian Nesbit

The key to finding Brian may be finding his truck.  Please keep an eye out for it.  It might be parked anywhere at this time.  Remember a silver/gray truck with purple with Texas plates FYP6533.

Brian is missing the tip of his left ring finger. He also has multiple tattoos on his upper left arm, upper right arm, and left shoulder, as well as multiple scars on his nose, the back of his head, his left eyebrow, and on top of his right hand.

There is a $1500 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Brian.

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