West Point man missing; family continue searching

A West Point man has been missing since Nov. 21, 2018, and his family is begging anyone with information to speak up.

Posted: Jan 3, 2019 7:02 PM
Updated: Jan 4, 2019 9:21 AM

WEST POINT, Miss. (WTVA) - A West Point man has been missing since Nov. 21, 2018, and his family is begging anyone with information to speak up.

Kim Brown said her 30-year-old son Rahman Hernandez was last seen in their neighborhood in West Point.

Hernandez is described as about 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 170 pounds.

He was last seen wearing a gray hoodie and blue jeans.

His mother said it is very unlikely for him to disappear and not call.

“He might leave for one or two days, but he would come back home," she said.

According to West Point Police Chief Avery Cook, at this time there are no new details on his whereabouts.

The Brown family say they want closure.

“We are sick and tired of the same thing every day, over and over every day, and we still haven't heard from him. When the dust clears, everything is going to come to light. Just let us know where he's at if he’s alive or dead. Just let us know."

According to the family, there is a $1,200 reward for anyone with information leading to the location of Hernandez.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, call the West Point Police Department at 662-494-1244.

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