NEW CASTLE, Pa. - The family of a Lawrence County man who has been missing for more than three years wants federal law enforcement agents to get involved in the case.
Christopher Story, of Mahoningtown, disappeared in August 2013. His parents went to check on him at his house, but he was gone.
“His dog was still there that he dearly loved. His medication was still there,” Story’s sister, Shana Story Hall, said. “His identification, everything he owned was still in that house, and he was gone.”
Story’s family has hung posters around the New Castle area, but they are no closer to finding him.
"It's come to a point where we need the FBI to help," Hall said.
While there have been unconfirmed sightings over the last three years, the family said not knowing is the worst part.
“Not knowing if he's roaming around in the streets, if he's hurt somewhere, if he's not alive,” Hall said. “And if he's not alive, we still need the closure.”
Channel 11’s Brittny McGraw reached out to the Pittsburgh office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation for a comment. She is waiting to hear from agents.
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