Jimmy Anglin of Oglethorpe County has been missing for a dozen days, but his brother and law enforcement continue to seek any information that would reveal his whereabouts.
“We’re still looking and working on what little bit of leads we have,” Oglethorpe County sheriff’s Capt. Mike Tyndell said Tuesday.
Anglin, 27, of Piney Grove Road, Comer, was last seen Nov. 3 at a house off Comer Road in Oglethorpe County. Since that day there have been no reported sightings of him, Tyndell said.
Anglin’s brother, Randy Anglin, said Tuesday that he and others have been searching the county.
“We’ve been to almost all the back roads in Oglethorpe County and haven’t seen anything. We went through a long dirt road at Comer and we’ve looked under bridges,” he said.
“We’re going back out tonight and we’ll start driving Athens. I can’t find him in Oglethorpe so I’m going to branch out,” he said.
Anglin said he is encouraging anyone to provide information.
“I’m not trying to get anybody in trouble. I’m just trying to find my brother,” he said.
Anglin is 5-foot-10, about 325 pounds and he has a tattoo of the grim reaper on his left shoulder and arm. He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt with a skull symbol and a pair of flip flops.
The missing man does not have a vehicle and his cell phone has been turned off since the day he went missing, according to the brother.
Leaving home for this period of time is unusual for the missing man as he would normally contact his family, the brother said.
The last man to see Anglin has been questioned, but Tyndell has declined to say what this man disclosed about the matter.
“The longer it lingers, the less likely a good outcome,” Tyndell said.
Anyone with information is asked to call Randy Anglin at (706) 347-4227, or the sheriff’s office at (706) 743-8101.