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    Posted February 5, 2012 by
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    Brandon Tyler Crain ~Found deceased~ Munfordville, Kentucky ~ Vanished without a trace.

     

    People don't just vanish in thin air. A Community in Hart County Kentucky and Supporters from all over have been searching endlessly for the last 10 days for Brandon Tyler Crain of Munfordville. No one has heard or seen Brandon since January 26th at around 2am.

     

    After a fight with a friend and calling and having his mother coming and getting him and staying at her apartment on East Center Street in Munfordville, Kentucky on the night of January 26th, Brandon went missing in the middle of the night at around 2am.

     

    A family member that was staying at the house that night stated they remember hearing Brandon go outside around the last time he's been listed as missing. Brandon's mom realized after going and picking his car up with his aunt that her 19 year old was not in bed where she had thought she left him. She called the Hart County Sheriff's Office , and reported Brandon Crain missing.

     

    Brandon didn't even take any of his belongs with him that night when he left.

     

    Brandon is 5'9", blondish brown hair, brown eyes and around 130 pound in weight. Brandon was last seen wearing a pull over gray long sleeved shirt and blue jeans.

     

    Brandon was a host at the Apple Bee's in Glasgow, Kentucky and has not been seen or heard from since his disappearance. This is not like Brandon and family and friends are desperately searching and handing out Brandon's Fliers through-out many Counties surrounding Hart County.

     

    On Saturday January 28, 2012 Hart County Rescue Squad and many volunteer's showed up at the Thelma Stovall Rark, down at the Green River, in Munfordville, Kentucky for search and to pass out fliers.

     

    Hart County Rescue Squad conducted and water and land search. Many volunteers walking the 6 mile trial that goes from the Park in Munfordville all the way over to Johnson Springs road. Rescue personal in trucks met the volunteers and brought them back to command post.

     

    As the 6 mile search was being conducted, I helped get other volunteers set and ready to go out in to local areas hanging fliers. We had about 80 people out in many different counties today. ( Upton, Bonnieville, Munfordville, Hardyville, Rowletts, Horse Cave, Cave City, Park City, Glasgow and other areas around Kentucky. We had an amazing turnout and many volunteers from all over coming to help support the Crain family and help bring their loved one home.

     

    The Rescue Squad has since been back in the Green River two more times with their searchs leading to no new leads. Volunteers from all over have been gathering for the last 10 days through out Hart County and surrounding areas searching and passing out Brandon's Missing Poster.

     

    The Community isn't going to let this be another case that gets put on the shelf and forgotten. Brandon has many people out here looking for him and there is many that has vowed to not stop looking till they bring Brandon home where he belongs.

     

    If you know of Brandon's whereabouts or his disappearance.. Do the right thing call Law Enforcement NOW. If you see Brandon tell him he REALLY needs to call home to his family, Hart County Sheriff's Office, or Kentucky State Police and let them know hes ok. In a small town as Munfordville its not the normal for someone to come up missing in the middle of the night and no one, not even family, not even friends, or their place of employment not hearing from them.

     

    If you have information about Brandon's whereabouts or information about his disappearance you are urged to contact the Hart County Sheriff's Office at (270) 524-2341 or contacting the Kentucky State Police (911 for local) or (270) 782-2010.

     

    NamUs Information: https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/show/13798

     

    Facebook Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/310249255687975/

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