Nearly 11 Months, And Still No Information On Missing Columbus Man’s Whereabouts

COLUMBUS – A Columbus woman is still looking for information on the whereabouts of her missing son, who has been gone nearly eleven months.

Amber Garrett says her son, 21-year-old Joseph A. Voecks, has been missing since January 14th. Garrett says that Voecks has a family that misses him dearly, including a daughter, grandparents, father, mother, brothers, sisters, aunts, and uncles. Garrett also says that it is not in Voecks’ nature to leave without some type of contact, or leave his daughter without her father.

With the holidays approaching, Garrett says that it would be a wonderful Christmas present if anyone with information that could lead to locating Voecks would come forward and assist in the investigation. Garrett also says that it has taken quite the mental, emotional, and physical toll on Voecks’ brothers and sisters.

Garrett says that Voecks is diagnosed with ADHD, bipolar disorder, and oppositional defiance disorder. He also has a lethal cyst which is attached to the back of his head.

Voecks was last seen leaving a Burger King in Norfolk, wearing a black American Eagle sweater, white tennis shoes, blue jeans, and a black leather jacket. Voecks is listed as 6’3″ tall, weighing 220 lbs with blonde hair and blue eyes, and Garrett says he also wears glasses.

Garrett is willing to offer a reward for any information that leads to Voecks’ safe return. If you have information on Voecks’ whereabouts you can contact your local authorities, or Garrett says you can call her directly at 402-910-9328.

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