UPDATE 10/17/17 – Posted on Help Find Jonathan Lytle Facebook Page: “Hey everyone. Jon has been found. We are trying to get the funds to get him a bus ticket home to his mom. I can’t swing the whole thing. If everyone can please donate something we can get him home to his mom. You can give me your email to send money. My paypal is firstname.lastname@example.org. I run my own t shirt business. I am just trying to help his mom out. If you can help out with anything please send me a message and how much you want to help with. A ticket home tomorrow is 200 or Wednesday 140. Anything will help. Once I get the funds I will post conformation that ticket was bought. Thank yall. Let’s get jon home in time fore the holidays.”
Jonathan Cory Lytle has been missing since April 21, 2017. His wife, Glinda “Ellen” Kelly Lytle dropped him off in Panora, Iowa, and he has not been seen since. Jonathan’s family contacted people who Jonathan was going to see, but they all said they did not see him. After Ellen did not report Jonathan missing for 10 weeks, the family contacted the police and had them do a welfare check to find that the home had been empty for two months.
Jonathan’s has not contacted anyone since April. His family is desperate to locate him.
The Help Find Jonathan Lytle Facebook page also stated, “We have new info that Jon might be in Ohio but no city info…. he could also be in Missouri, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee or North Carolina. It has come to our attention due to time line contradictions and lack of being able to verify info that the wife might have dropped him off somewhere along the way to Georgia from Iowa. All of these all states are ones she would have passed through depending on what route was taken. Please help us get this out to all those.”