A Sad Update On A Missing Parchment Man
A sad update on a missing Parchment man.
The family of a Parchment man who went missing in October 2020 made the sad announcement that he was located deceased.
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A 45-year-old Parchment man was last seen in the Village of Lawrence in Van Buren County.
Updated with photos: Jimmy was last seen walking across the street going behind the post office at 6:24 p.m. heading down the old tracks towards the Van Buren Road commission building over the weekend. The family asks that area residents to please look at your cameras and see if you see this individual. Also, he was heading towards Lawrence frozen foods. If you could look at your camera on Wednesday between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Check your trail cameras. Check your Property lines. He could be laying in your backyard. The photos below were captured on home security footage in the days since Jimmy was reported missing.
Deputies with the Van Buren County Sheriff's Office are looking for a missing 45-year-old man who has medical issues. Jimmy Green, of Parchment, was last seen in the Village of Lawrence near Lawrence Park in Van Buren County. He was helping a friend with lawn maintenance when he suddenly walked away without saying a word. No one has seen or heard from him since. Jimmy's family is concerned for his well being. He suffers from Bell's Palsy which gives him a slight speech impediment. Jimmy's daughter says that he may not have been clear-headed at the time of his disappearance. She also says that her father is not familiar with the area he went missing in and rarely left the Kalamazoo County area.
Jimmy is described as standing 5 feet and 3 inches tall, weighing approximately 185 pounds with a beer belly, unlike his photos he is now bald, has a goatee, and is missing his two front teeth. He was last seen wearing khaki pants, a white t-shirt, and black tennis shoes with white trim.
Anyone with information on Jimmy Green's whereabouts or disappearance should contact the Van Buren County Sheriff's Office at 269-657-3101 or call 911 if you believe it is an emergency.