UPDATE: David’s body was found in is truck. Initial reports indicate there are no signs of foul play.
David Gary Jellum, 55, from Great Falls, Montana has been missing sing July 2. David left to pick up sand paper for a project early that morning. He was seen at the Smelter gas station around 8:20 a.m.
“Every since he got gas there’s been no sightings of him and its very unlike my father to not come home,” his daughter Toni Jellum said. “He’s never done anything like this before. So at this point we’re wondering if maybe somebody has done something to him since he does walk with a limp and saw him getting gas. Or he went for a drive and the pickup has broke down. We just would like everybody to keep their eyes peeled for him.”
Jellum is a 55-year-old white male, standing at 5 feet 8 inches, he’s bald with blue eyes. Jellum was last seen driving a 1994 Red Chevy pickup with the license plate # 2c18424. He also walks with a black cane due to a back injury and cannot sit or stand for long periods of time.
Keep’s Jellum’s description in your head when you go out this weekend and if you come across any information, call the Great Falls Police detectives at 781-8910.