News 12 at 11 o'clock / Wednesday, May 29, 2013
HEPHZIBAH, Ga. -- (WRDW) -- A Hephzibah man has been missing for quite some time now, and his family and friends say they need your help.
It's been more than two months since Dwayne Isenhour went missing, and there's still no sign of him.
Kelly Ray, a good friend of Isenhour's, says, "At this point, we're still looking. We're not ready to give up just yet."
The last time his roommates saw him, the 35-year-old was just sitting on the couch in their home on Lawrence Road. But, after a couple of weeks, they began to wonder where he could be.
Roommate Quentin Dillingham says, "We thought things were really odd when all of his stuff was still in the room. His phone charger, tablet charger, clothes, backpack, toothbrush."
"We printed out fliers and put them out all along where he's from," Ray said.
Along with fliers, the Richmond County Sheriff's Office is investigating his disappearance. Friends and family have had several search parties in the miles of woods near his home. And, that's not all, the alpha dog team out of Atlanta has also searched, but still, no sign of him.
"You really kind of got to start going if there's nothing out there, what else is the solution? Or what else happened?" Dillingham said.
"We're still praying for the best, but we're not really sure for the time that's lapsed," Ray said.
Friends and loved ones say they won't stop searching until they find the answer, whatever that answer may be.
"What I would want is him to roll up in the driveway and laugh at us for being all kinda silly and not letting him be grown," Dillingham said.
"We just want closure for the family and friends. If he's out there, we just want to find him no matter what the outcome," Ray said.
If you have any information on this disappearance, you are asked to call the Richmond County Sheriff's Office.
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