BROOKINGS, Ore. — The family of a Brookings man who has been missing for months are now offering a reward for any information that might lead to him. Max Greenfield was last sighted at the Lucky 7 Casino in Smith River, California on March 18.
Tonya Brown, Greenfield's sister, says that the family are offering $5,000 to anyone who can locate Greenfield or his body. The man's family are afraid that at this point, Max is no longer alive.
Greenfield was shown on surveillance footage outside of the Lucky 7 Casino before walking through the parking lot and disappearing out of the frame. No one has seen him since.
"Unfortunately we have nothing new on Max," said Brown.
Greenfield is described as a white adult male, about 6' tall, 150-160 pounds, with brown hair, green eyes, and a skeleton key tattooed on his left forearm. He was last seen wearing black jeans, a dark t-shirt and black jacket—as well as a dark knit stocking cap and a black duffel bag.
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