UNION COUNTY — The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a man reported missing by his family this morning.
Authorities are trying to determine the whereabouts of Toney Ray Wood, 49, 923 Main Street, Buffalo, whose last contact with his family was late Tuesday night.
According to an incident report filed with the Sheriff Office, dispatch was contacted this morning by a member of Wood’s family who said he was missing from his home. The report states Wood’s mother told deputies she’s last spoken to Wood by telephone around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and all was normal. It states that Wood’s mother lives next door to him and that she’d looked out before she went to bed around midnight and noticed his vehicle was at home.
The report states Wood’s family said he was a manager and never missed work and that he was to be at Subway this morning at 6 a.m. It states that Wood never showed up for work and his car, a gray 2006 Saturn Ion, tag number LIR-783, was gone from his residence.
The report states Wood’s mother went over to his residence and noticed his telephone, ring, and work clothes were laid out and his bed was still made. It states that his family said Wood would never leave without his ring or his phone.
The report states Wood’s mother and other family members had made contact with everyone they knew who would have known where he was and where he had been. It states they feel something is wrong.
The report states the responding deputy called an investigator to the scene to look at Wood’s telephone and see if she could learn anything further.
The report states that a BOLO has been been given out in Union County and surrounding counties and that information on Wood and his vehicle had been entered into the NCIC.
Sheriff David Taylor said that anyone with information about Wood’s whereabouts should call Crimestoppers at 864-427-0800 or call 864-429-1611.