HARLAN, Ky. (AP) — State police are appealing to the public in an effort to get information about an eastern Kentucky man who went missing two years ago.
WYMT-TV (http://bit.ly/HZ1oOy) reports police and the man's family made a new appeal Tuesday for tips on the possible location on 28-year-old Robert Hoskins, who disappeared in July of 2011.
His family says he was last seen in Harlan County, but police believe he was in Bell County when he disappeared.
His mother, Angela Wolfgang, says his family, including his 5-year-old daughter, misses him every day. The family is offering $2,000 for information that leads to finding Hoskins.
"He called me every day and I told him I loved him, and he told me he loved me," said Wolfgang. "I really miss him. This has traumatized me."
KSP Trooper Shane Jacobs says the search continues.
"We've not given up on this search for Robert Hoskins, and that's why we're reaching out to the community and asking for any assistance for his whereabouts, where he may be located," said Jacobs. "Even though two years have passed since Robert Hoskins was reported missing, it's not too late to call (the KSP) post."
Information can be called in to the Kentucky State Police Post in Harlan at 606-573-3131.
Information from: WYMT-TV, http://www.wkyt.com/wymtnews