Missing Brandon Murphy
Nov. 8, 2018 – Brandon was located and is safe. No explanation from him, but he is overwhelmed by all that were looking for him.
Brandon Murphy, 30, was last heard of while he was in Colorado City, Texas and has been missing since October 19, 2018. His last contact with family was that day to tell them he was heading to Wichita Falls. TX to spend the night. He was traveling the back roads and had his cat with him. Brandon was to continue on and travel to Lafayette, Louisiana to take care of warrants. Family has not heard from him since which is unusual for Brandon.
Brandon’s mother, Katherine posted:
“The last time i spoke to him was on Friday the 19, of October, he was leaving Colorado City, Tx and was headed to Wichita Falls, Tx. Where he would stay the night and then get up Saturday and be here that day! He was only 5 hours away! He was gonna call me when he got to Wichita to talk to his daughter and check in and he never called.
He is traveling with there family cat! I was aware that he had a passenger that left from Las Vegas with him to help with the car and then halfway through trip he flew back home! I dont know who this person was! I dont have a description of the car or anything that can help to know this! He is driving a car that is having some issues and broke down some on the way. He said the car would only go over 50 mph and a light wasnt working so he is only traveling in daylight and on back roads instead of main highways! I have texted, called, sent FB messages and he is not responded or been on social media that i cant tell! I have called the state troopers as it has been 8 days now and they have sent out a be on the look out to all troopers. Im am very worried something bad has happened! It is not like him to not call for this long ! Can you please share this post and have friends share it so we can find him! If any friends or family have heard from him please let me know!”
Brandon could be driving a blue 2008 Audi RS6 with mechanical issues.
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