A loved one has been reported missing. Please help us spread the word about Shane Workman out of Lewistown, Pennsylvania by sharing this report.
LEWISTOWN — The family (Mike Hewitt) is asking for the local public’s assistance in locating his missing 31 year old son, Shane Workman, out of the Lewistown, Pennsylvania area.
Shane was last seen on April 25, 2017 around 10:30 p.m. He decided to walk to the Sheetz store in Lewiston. His father said Shane left from his home at West Fourth Street and said he’s only be a few minutes. Mr. Hewitt has not seen or heard from Shane since.
On Tuesday, Mr. Hewitt organized a search party and asked the community to help look for his son. A group gathered at Rec Park and discussed the places they would search. They have planned searches around creeks and ridges around Lewistown. Flyers have been posted around town. Mr. Hewitt would like to search the Juniata River and asks the public if anyone has a boat and some time to donate to the search.
Mr. Hewitt said he has contacted local police and they have tried to track Workman’s cellphone, but it is turned off. They also said they watched video from inside the Sheetz store and found nothing.
A new YouTube episode of BrainScratch Searchlight with John Lordan was just released on December 6, 2017, and it highlights the case on Shane Workman.
If anyone has any information or would like to help search for Shane Workman, call Mike Hewitt at 717-513-5645.
Shane is described as:
• GENDER: Male.
• ETHNICITY: White.
• EYES: Brown.
• HEIGHT: 6 feet.
• WEIGHT: 180 pounds.
• OTHER: Several tattoos, some of which are a tribal one on his neck, unknown designs on his arms and legs.
Do you know something?
If you have any information in regards to Shane’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact his father, Mike Hewitt, at 717-513-5645 or 911 immediately.
Want to stay anonymous?
If you wish to remain anonymous with your information, you are welcome to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-472-8477, or submit your tip online at Submit-A-Tip.
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