- Posted January 25, 2011 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Nancy Grace: America's Missing
Brian Wehrle, age 39, Carrollton, GA
Brian Wehrle has been missing from Carrollton, GA since Sept. 24, 2009.
He lives in Atlanta. He came to Carrollton, GA to take care of family business concerning his mother.
The normal one hour trip from Atlanta took him over four hours due to flooding.
He was staying at his mother's home.
September 23, 2009, he did some yard work, then went to Taco Bell. While there, he called his niece to chat about 3:00pm..
That evening, he had dinner at his sister's house.
He talked with his partner of of 13 years that night around 9:30pm.
Around 2:00am, he was seen by a neighbor, Brian was standing by his car in the garage.
Brian was due at 9:00am that morning for a Carol County Probate Court meeting.
He did not show.
He has never been seen since.
Brian was a land surveyor and had mentioned buying a topographical map in case he needed a different route home to Atlanta, due to the flooding.
His car, a light blue 1992 Buick LeSabre, was discovered December 2, 2009 in Chattanooga, TN. The car had a stolen TN license plate. The car had been parked on a suburban Chattanooga street for about a month.
Keys were in the ignition.
Nothing was disturbed in the car.
His plastic box of change was still sitting in the console. The book he was reading was still in the passenger seat..
The Taco Bell receipt was still there.
Foul play is suspected.
He left behind all personal belongings, medication and cell phone.
Anyone with information on the case is asked to contact
Det. Tony Johnson at 770-834-4451
or Det. Joe Shaw of the Chattanooga Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit at 423-643-5055.
case number 09092500
There is a $10,000 reward offered.