Son stays hopeful about father’s sudden disappearance

Raleigh County
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West Virginia State Troopers are still investigating a missing Raleigh County man.

Ardie Curry, also known as Jim, has been missing for over a year. He was last seen in the Glen White area, off of Lester highway on Friday, April 14, 2017.

Troopers said Curry was known to get rides from a man named David Pierce. Family members are still searching for answers on his sudden disappearance.

His son, Quincy Yancy, said he just wants to know what happened to his father.

“Everybody knew him in the town. I don’t know how he can just come up missing? I’m thinking that someone knows something, if anyone knows anything please let us know, the police or anybody. He never messed with nobody or nothing, he’s was just an old guy walking down the street,” Yancy said.

Quincy and his family continues to pray that Ardie is still out there.

If anyone has information on his whereabouts, call the Beckley detachment of West Virginia State Police at (304) 256-6700. Tips can also be left anonymously with CrimeStoppers of West Virginia at (304) 255-STOP (7867) or go online to leave a tip at the CrimeStoppers website.

Information can also be sent on a mobile device by using the P3 Tips App. 

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