KNOX COUNTY, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Update: We’re learning more regarding the situation surrounding a missing man last seen in Knox County.
According to Knox County Sheriff Doug Vantlin, detectives are asking the public for any information they may have regarding the location of 33-year-old Jared McColloch.
McColloch is described as having blonde hair, blue eyes, standing 5’9″ tall and weighing approximately 175lbs. According to law enforcement, McColloch is from Louisiana.
A Facebook post by the Sheriff’s Office notes that McColloch was last seen on S. 6th Street in Vincennes. Vantlin explained that McColloch’s truck was found near “the point” which is an area in the southernmost section of Knox County where the Wabash and White river converge.
Vantlin said the truck was found on a gravel road with its doors open, and McColloch’s dogs were still with the vehicle. The day the truck was found, Vantlin said both his office and the Vincennes Township Fire Department used their drones to assist a walkthrough search of the area, however nothing was found.
Tuesday, the fire department used their boat to search the river, Vantlin said that search also resulted in nothing being found. A second boat search is planned for this week.
The Sheriff said they have no evidence that leads them to believe foul play was involved in McColloch’s disappearance.
Anyone with information regarding McColloch’s location is asked to contact the Detective Cameron Carr at 812-882-7660. Tips can also be submitted through the Knox County Sheriff’s Office app, and online here.