ROSEBURG, Ore. — Deputies are still looking for a Douglas County man reported missing in September, the agency said in a statement released on Monday.
36-year-old Samuel "Sammy" Elijah Davison was last known to stay in the Winchester area north of Roseburg. His family hasn't seen or heard from him since September 19.
"It is believed he was possibly traveling to Wolf Creek area in Josephine County where he is known to frequent," the Douglas County Sheriff's Office said. The agency has previously asked for assistance from the public, but his whereabouts remain unknown.
Davison is described as being 5'10" tall and 190 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes. He has several tattoos, including "Davison" on his back and "Faith" on his chest.
Anyone with information as to his whereabouts asked to contact the Douglas County Sheriff's Office at 541-440-4471 or email email@example.com, referencing case #19-4637.
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