State Police Still Searching for Missing Seneca Man

| July 11, 2017

ward-photoCRAWFORD CO., Pa. (EYT) – Authorities are still looking for a Seneca man who went missing on Wednesday, June 28.

On Monday, July 10, Corry-based State Police confirmed that 33-year-old William John Ward is still missing.

Ward was last seen on June 28 in the area of Steadman Road in Steuben Township, Crawford County.

Authorities believed Ward was traveling on foot to the Titusville Walmart where he was expected to meet his mother for a ride.

“Information available indicates he never arrived at Walmart,” said Corry-based State Police Trooper Brenot.

Ward is 5-feet-10-inches tall, weighs 160 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes.

He was last seen wearing a dark gray t-shirt, blue jeans, heavy wool socks, and carrying a camouflage backpack. He was not wearing shoes.

He has a blue and green tribal tattoo on his right upper bicep and another tattoo on his left wrist believed to display the date of 7-3-14.

Ward’s family reported him missing on June 29. According to the family, Ward has an existing medical condition and is without his medication.

Anyone with information on Ward’s whereabouts is asked to contact PSP-Corry at 814-663-2043.

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