Steven Black missing on his way to make a delivery FOUND

Mary and Steve Black

October 7, 2018 – Steve Black was found deceased on Friday, October 5 in his truck near Carbondale Road in Whitfield County, according to the Dalton Police Department. He death is being investigated as a suicide.

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Steven Black, 70, is missing from Dalton, Georgia.  He was last seen around noon on September 28, 2018.   He left his home to make a flooring delivery in Tifton, and has not been seen since.

Mary Black, Steve’s wife posted, “We have tried calling, texting, etc and have received no response. His phone is off and we can’t ping his location. He was last seen leaving our home on Friday around 12:30 PM.”

Steve Black

Black drives a white 1993 Ford F250 extended cab long bed truck.  The police will be pinging his phone to see if they can locate him.  In the meantime, keep an eye out for the truck that may be along the I-75.  Tag# RHS8659

Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to please contact the Dalton Police Department and Detective Aaron Simpson at 706-278-9085, extension 9253.

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