MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – Mobile Police need help to find a 25-year-old man who went missing earlier Monday amid circumstances they said are suspicious.
Police were at the home of Justin Hasty all day on Monday, Oct. 29. It’s on Caroline near Hallet Street.
Neighbor Autumn Black says she saw Hasty on Saturday.
“I was sitting outside. [I] saw him coming, riding his bike. [He] took a phone call and rode off singing along to his iPod. Haven’t seen him since. I just thought he was working,” Black said.
Police said Hasty’s family called Monday morning when former Marine didn’t show up for work; they said it’s very out of character for him.
Police arrived at his home just after 1 p.m. and began investigating. They would not comment on what was inside, but said that it is urgent they find Hasty.
Hasty’s friends said he graduated from Murphy High School in 2005 and then spent time in the Marines. They said he is a nice guy and are concerned for his safety.
“Not really sure what’s going on just yet, but hopefully it’s not too bad,” said Black.
Police said finding Hasty is top priority but, right now, there are more questions than answers.
“Makes you wonder what’s going on especially in your own neighborhood,” said Black.
Police said they have been interviewing family and friends looking for clues.
If you know anything, please contact Mobile Police.