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Missing Israel Ray Smith
Smith, circa 2008
Missing Since 03/10/2008
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 01/18/1980 (41)
Age 28 years old
Height and Weight 5'10, 160 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description A black leather jacket, a white dress shirt, blue jeans and white sneakers.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian male. Brown hair. Some agencies spell Smith's first name "Isreal." His nickname is Is.
On March 14, the police conducted a welfare check on Smith and went to his apartment on east Fulton Street. The apartment was unlocked, the television was turned on, the game controller was plugged in and lying on the floor, and Smith's keys were on the coffee table. There were no signs of a struggle or forced entry. None of his belongings were missing and there were no indications that he'd planned to leave for an extended time period.
Smith's green 1992 Ford Explorer with the Virginia license plate number KHA2683 was parked next to the apartment building, unlocked, with the keys inside as well as some clean laundry. It's uncharacteristic of him to leave his car unlocked.
Smith had worked at Radio Shack since September 2007 and was considered an ideal employee who never missed work or was late without calling. He left behind a seven-year-old son. Smith and his son's mother never married and had ended their relationship years before. The child lived with her, but Smith visited him most weekends. His cellular phone hasn't been used since his disappearance and all calls are transferred to voice mail.
Authorities stated there's no hard evidence of foul play in Smith's disappearance, but they don't believe he left of his own accord. His mother said he would never have left without warning or abandoned his son, and she fears he came to harm. His case remains unsolved.
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