Havre de Grace man is reported missing

January 15, 1995|By Mike Farabaugh | Mike Farabaugh,Sun Staff Writer

Havre de Grace police are investigating the disappearance early last Sunday of a 25-year-old man whose coat was stolen in a local tavern.

Michelle Jones told police she last saw her husband, Glenn Lamont Jones of the 800 block of Ontario St., when he came home early Sunday upset that someone had taken his favorite coat.

"He got another coat, left about five minutes later and never came home again," Mrs. Jones said.

Mr. Jones, who is nicknamed "Shrimpy," was seen in the area of Tim's Tavern, 414 St. John's St., where he had been a patron before 2 a.m. Sunday, police said.

Capt. John VanGilder said investigators have been unable to reconstruct all of the man's actions after he left the tavern and were hoping someone would come forward with information.

Mrs. Jones said Thursday that her husband had bronchitis and stayed home from his job at the Pepsi Cola plant in Havre de Grace the previous week.

She said he was taking antibiotics and should not have been drinking alcohol. But it was unclear whether there was a connection between his visit to the bar and his disappearance.

"It's not like Glenn to go somewhere and not call," Edna Mae Jones, the missing man's mother, said from her Aberdeen home.

Police described Mr. Jones as black with a medium complexion, 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighing 165 pounds.

He has a fade hairstyle and was wearing a purple sweat suit with purple Nike running shoes and a Georgetown University hat when he was last seen.

Foul play is not suspected but hasn't been be ruled out, police said.

Anyone with information may call investigators at (410) 939-2121. All information will be kept confidential.

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