Kentucky State Police have found the car of a missing University of Cincinnati assistant professor in Madison County, according to reliable sources.
Randy Russ has been missing for nearly six weeks, and his Ford Focus wagon was found in a random location around Fort Boonesboro in Madison County, sources told LEX 18.
The vehicle was apparently located within a week, but police are still trying to figure out how it got to that location or who may have been with Russ, who was last seen on Aug. 17 at his Grant County home.
When loved ones couldn’t get in touch with him, they had people check on him, who then found a door unlocked and his beloved pets hungry, apparently not fed for some time. His family says it’s not like him to just vanish and that he would never abandon his beloved pets.
While police aren’t ready to say foul play, Russ’ family believes something bad has happened to him.
State police say there has been no activity on Russ’ bank cards or cell phone.
If you have any information about the vehicle or Russ’ whereabouts, state police really want to talk to you. The family says they are in a horrible holding pattern and deserve answers.