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Huntington Police Department seeking information on missing person
The investigation began after Cabell County 911 received a call at 2:14 a.m. Friday of a suspicious or abandoned vehicle on the 31st Street bridge. When officers arrived, they found the car unoccupied.
The officers went to the registered address for the vehicle and contacted a family member of the missing man. The family member advised that they last saw Mathis about 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 12, and discovered him missing from the house at approximately 1:30 a.m. Friday.
The Huntington Police Department and U.S. Coast Guard conducted a search of the Ohio River on Friday but did not find any signs of a missing person. They were assisted by the West Virginia National Guard, which conducted a simultaneous search by helicopter.
Anyone with information about Mathis or his whereabouts is advised to call 911 or the Huntington Police Department tip line at 304-696-4444.